(CNN) – The Democratic fundraising arm for the House of Representatives raised more money than its Republican counterpart in July, but the GOP committee holds an advantage in cash on hand, according to their latest reports.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $4.02 million in July, compared to the $3.84 million raised by the National Republican Congressional Committee. The monthly hauls bring their yearly totals to $37.70 million and $37.38 million, respectively.
However, the DCCC has $8.07 million in cash-on-hand, while the NRCC has $11.2 million. Both committees also maintain debt, with the Democrats at $3.99 million and Republicans at $2.7 million.