Washington (CNN) - The Republican and Democratic fundraising organizations in charge of electing party members to the House of Representatives each raised over $9 million in March, the two groups announced on Tuesday.
The National Republican Congressional Committee brought in $9.3 million last month, ending the period with $27.1 million in the bank.
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The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $9.8 million during the same time and currently has $22.8 million cash on hand with no campaign debt.
The Democratic reserve represents the strongest position for the DCCC at this point in a cycle since 2002, the national fundraising arm said.
Democrats would need to capture 25 seats currently held by Republicans in November to win back control of the lower chamber.