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DCCC Raised $6.3 Million in February

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported raising $6,311,864 and spending $3,291,012 during February, leaving $7,582,583 cash on hand as of 2/28, and debts outstanding of $10,882,593. The committee received $2.7 million from small donors of $200 or less. The committee received $1.9 million from 2,068 itemized contributions. California, New York, and Texas itemized donors gave the most. Three Indian tribes each gave the $32,400: Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians (CA), Poarch Band of Creek Indians (AL), and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians (CA). The committee received $1,015,113 from PACs and other committees. The receipts were a little more than the $6 million they raised in January. The committee spent $776,360 on telemarketing; $323,335 on payroll, and $308,448 on printing; among others.

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