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House Campaign Committees Virtually Tied in July Fundraising

Walden is the NRCC's chairman. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)
Walden is the NRCC's chairman. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The National Republican Congressional Committee brought in just slightly more cash than House Democrats’ campaign arm during the month of July, according to new fundraising reports filed on Tuesday.

House Republicans raised $4.44 million, while the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee brought in $4.36 million.

But the DCCC had the cash-on-hand edge with $14.6 million in the bank. The NRCC had $12.1 million in cash on hand.

The NRCC reduced its debt to $750,000. The DCCC wiped out its debt in June, according to a committee aide.

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