Washington (CNN) - The Democratic National Committee brought in nearly $200 million dollars during the just concluded 2010 midterm election campaign cycle, out-raising the Republican National Committee by around $30 million.
According to filings Thursday night with the Federal Election Commission, the DNC raised $15.9 million from October 13 through mid-November, bringing to $195.6 million the amount raised for the entire cycle. That is the DNC's highest total in the years since the McCain-Feingold Campaign Reform Act of 2002, which put restrictions on the political party committees fund-raising abilities.
The DNC ends the cycle with $9.7 million cash on hand and $15.5 million in debt.
The RNC filed their numbers about two hours after the DNC. According to their filings, the RNC raised $9.4 million from mid-October through mid-November, bringing their total for the cycle to approximately $164.6 million. The RNC reports cash on hand of nearly $2 million and debt of just over $15 million.
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