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National Party Committees Report War Chests Totaling $78 Million

The six national party campaign committees have reported $78 million in their war chests for the 2014 elections.

The Democratic National Committee reported receipts of $6.1 million and disbursements of $5.1 million during November, leaving $5.2 million cash on hand as of 11/30, with $15.6 million in debts still owed. In November the committee repaid $400,000 in debts owed.

The Republican National Committee reported receipts of $5.2 million and disbursements of $6.5 million during November, leaving $7.8 million cash on hand as of 11/30, and no debts owed.

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee reported receipts of $5.1 million during November, leaving $12 million cash on hand on 11/30, with $5 million in debts still owed.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee reported receipts of $3.2 million in November, and $6.4 million cash on hand at the end of November, and no debts owed.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported receipts of $5 million and disbursements of $2.6 million in November, leaving $27.6 million cash on hand as of 11/30, and no debts owed.

The National Republican Congressional Committee reported receipts of $4 million and disbursements of $2.7 million during November, leaving $19.6 million cash on hand as of 11/30, and no debts owed.

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