The National Republican Congressional Committee raised and spent more in April than the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which still had more than twice as much in the bank than its counterpart as May began.
The NRCC raised $7.1 million last month, spent $5.7 million and had $11.4 million in the bank.
The DCCC took in $5.1 million in April, spent $3.9 million and had $27.3 million left in its account at the beginning of May.
Both committees are debt-free. Detailed reports, including itemized receipts and expenditures, are due to the Federal Election Commission by midnight.