Washington (CNN) - You don't see this every day.
Priorities USA, the leading Democratic super PAC that supported President Barack Obama's 2012 re-election, and which is planning to back Hillary Clinton in the 2016 campaign if the former secretary of state runs for the White House again, announced that it raised just $1,845 over the past three months.
While outside groups and campaigns often highlight their impressive fundraising hauls, for Priorities, less is more.
That's because the organization is making good on its pledge not to compete with Democratic fundraising efforts for this year's midterm elections, after criticism that if Priorities and other groups started fundraising in 2014 for the next race for the White House, it would hurt the party's efforts in this year's Senate, House and gubernatorial elections.
Besides announcing their almost non-existent fundraising in the second quarter, Priorities also highlighted Tuesday that its given out more than $1 million in disbursements, including investing $250,000 each to the House Majority PAC and the Senate Majority PAC, the two leading Democratic outside groups backing party candidates in House and Senate elections. It also contributed $100,000 to the Missouri Early Voting Fund.
"Priorities USA Action continues to focus our efforts on supporting Democrats in 2014," said Priorities spokesman Peter Kauffmann, in a statement.
The group also reported that it has $1.48 million cash on hand.