November Party Committee Fundraising Roundup

Money can’t buy me love. Here are the November fundraising numbers for the six major party committees (October numbers are here):

Committee November
Cash-on-Hand CoH Change Debt
DCCC $3,645,574 $2,811,095 $15,351,967 $834,479 $2,666,667
NRCC $2,338,780 $2,159,246 $4,347,956 $179,534 $2,000,000
DSCC $3,000,000 $2,500,000 $11,900,000 $600,000 $1,700,000
NRSC $3,300,000 $1,800,000 $7,300,000 $1,400,000 $0
DNC $5,940,797 $5,604,673 $13,187,247 $231,962 $4,933,454
RNC $6,381,864 $8,924,939 $8,749,092 ($2,543,075) $0

We’ve added a new column to the chart, “CoH Change.” This just shows how much each committee’s cash-on-hand moved from the prior month, whether positive or negative. As you can see, the RNC spent a ton.

44 thoughts on “November Party Committee Fundraising Roundup”

  1. Menendez doesn’t seem to be the powerhouse that Schumer was. Of course, it’s not clear that Schumer could be the same powerhouse he was before in this economy.  

  2. I’d like to see “Total D” and “Total R” rows at the bottom of the table.  The reason is that the DNC/RNC money is pretty fungible as between Senate and House races; what mostly matters in the end is how much total the two sides have to work with.

    So here’s what the “total D” and “total R” rows would look like this month (I think):

    D vs R November Receipts November Spent Cash-on-Hand CoH Change Debt
    Total D $12,586,371 $10,915,768 $40,439,214 $1,666,441 $9,300,121
    Total R $12,020,644 $12,884,185 $20,397,048 ($963,541) $2,000,000

    note: I used your quick table-making trick – thanks!

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