RNC brings down debt, raises millions
June 20th, 2011
10:14 AM ET
3 years ago

RNC brings down debt, raises millions

(CNN) - The Republican National Committee raked in $6.2 million in May, bringing their total in 2011 to $30 million, according to an RNC report Monday.

Since Reince Priebus was elected chairman in January, the RNC has retired over $6 million in debt and currently has $6 million cash on hand. Priebus took the reigns from Michael Steele, inheriting more than $24 million in debt from the 2010 election cycle, which decreased to $18.5 million by the end of May.
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Senate Democratic committee shows its money
June 20th, 2011
08:52 AM ET
3 years ago

Senate Democratic committee shows its money

Washington (CNN) - The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee says it out raised its rival, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, last month.

The DSCC reports Monday morning that they brought in $4.1 million in May, about a million dollars more than what the NRSC reported raising last month. The DSCC says they've raised $18.62 for the 2012 election cycle and have nearly $8 million cash on hand.
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POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Monday, June 20, 2011
June 20th, 2011
04:30 AM ET
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POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Monday, June 20, 2011

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CNN: Key Senate Republicans disagree with House GOP on War Powers debate
Two influential Republican senators said Sunday they oppose any effort by House Republicans to cut funding for U.S. participation in the Libya military mission. The comments by conservative Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina came on the 90th day of the Libya campaign - which House Speaker John Boehner says is the deadline in the War Powers Resolution for the Obama administration to get congressional authorization it has yet to seek.

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