The DNC is having a hard time raising money. They had an awful fundraising month in April and now the news is just as bad for May.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Democrats had the worst May fundraising since 2003
The Democratic National Committee raised nearly $4.3 million in May, making it the organization’s worst May on record for fundraising since 2003, according to newly released Federal Election Commission data.
In May 2003, the Democratic group pulled in $2.7 million. Although 2017 is an off-year for fundraising, the DNC has raised between $4.5 million and $20 million every May in the nearly decade and a half since then.
The low number follows another rough fundraising month in April, in which the group hauled in $4.7 million, making it the worst April of fundraising since 2009.
DNC Chairman Tom Perez has said he intends to double the organization’s budget from $50 million to $100 million this year, a change that will prove difficult if donations continue to remain below average.
Here’s the worst part…
Democrat donors poured millions of dollars into the special runoff election in Georgia this month. That means many of the people who would give to the DNC this month are probably already maxed out on donations.
The DNC could have another bad month for June as a result.