(CNN)—The Republican National Committee boasted a fundraising haul of over $6 million Saturday, but didn’t disclose any details.
The GOP committee reported raising “over $6 million in July,” in a statement that highlighted Chairman Reince Priebus’ contributions to the organization since assuming leadership in January.
“Since his election Chairman Priebus has added over $7.3 million to the cash on hand and paid off over $7 million in debt,” the statement read.
According to a report filed Saturday with the Federal Election Commission, the RNC raised $5.8 million in July–including roughly $66,000 in transfers from other party committees–and has $7.6 million in cash-on-hand to use for the election battle against incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama.
The committee carries $17 million in debt.
“Our success raising money more efficiently has allowed us to engage voters in key battleground state while making investments in our ground game that are already paying dividends as we prepare for 2012,” Priebus said.
The Democratic National Committee reported Friday raising $6.7 million during the same period, a sum that includes $2.2 million in transfers from affiliated party committees.
The Democratic fundraising arm has $20.1 million in cash-on-hand to use for the president’s re-election, and carries $11.2 million in debt.
Priebus remained confident.
“We continue to make progress getting this committee in the best possible position to be a partner to the Republican nominee and make Barack Obama a one-term president,” he said.