(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.
"We are continuing to put this committee in the best possible position to be a partner to our nominee and ensure Barack Obama is a one-term president," Priebus said in a statement. "We will have the resources to turn back the failed leadership of Barack Obama and return a Republican majority to the U.S. Senate in 2012."
The Democratic National Committee has not released their May fundraising numbers.