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Bills, bills, bills. At SSP, one of our regular features was a roundup of the monthly fundraising numbers posted by the six major party committees. We were a bit slow on the draw for the April numbers, but here they are:

Committee April Receipts April Spent Cash-on-Hand CoH Change Debt
DCCC $4,012,723 $3,167,334 $5,534,665 $845,389 $7,333,333
NRCC $4,066,750 $3,500,576 $9,601,957 $566,173 $7,500,000
DSCC $2,832,447 $2,361,543 $6,004,250 $470,904 $4,354,667
NRSC $3,433,484 $3,526,414 $1,389,371 -$92,930 $1,000,000
DNC $14,034,515 $8,956,088 $14,804,916 $5,078,426 $15,353,930
RNC $6,076,652 $4,283,233 $5,004,327 $1,793,419 $18,999,456
Total Dem $20,879,685 $14,484,965 $26,343,831 $6,394,719 $27,041,931
Total GOP $13,576,886 $11,310,223 $15,995,655 $2,266,662 $27,499,456
On the whole, Democratic fundraising has been pretty solid, with a big edge in total receipts and cash-on-hand (thanks to a blockbuster month from the DNC). Of particular interest are the Senate numbers; at this point in the 2010 election cycle, the NRSC was debt-free and had $2.7 million in the bank (as opposed to their cash-minus-debt tally of $400K at the end of April), while the DSCC had $2.6 million on-hand but $4.6 million in debt. The NRCC, though, is in stronger shape than they were two years ago, when their debt dwarfed their cash-on-hand by over a million bucks. (The benefits of wielding the Speaker's gavel, most likely.)

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Originally posted to Daily Kos Elections on Tue May 31, 2011 at 03:13 PM PDT.

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