If you listen to the liberal media, you might believe that Republicans are in big trouble and that a Democratic wave is coming in 2018. If that’s true, Democrats are going to have to ride that wave with very little cash on hand. The RNC is raising millions of dollars while the DNC still has significant debt.
The Washington Examiner reports:
RNC raises $113 million so far this year, while the DNC can’t get out of debt
The Republican National Committee raised $9.2 million in the month of October and has brought in more than $113 million so far this year, far outpacing their Democratic counterparts, according to the latest filings with the Federal Election Commission.
The RNC ended October with $42.5 million in the bank and no debt. The Democratic National Committee, meanwhile, raised $3.9 million in October and $55 million this year.
The DNC has $5 million cash-on-hand and $3.2 million in debt.
Most of the money — 60 percent — raised in direct contributions to the RNC came from donations under $200. The party raised $4.29 million in small-dollar donations, bringing its total for the year to $48 million.
So far, DNC chair Tom Perez has not delivered for his party when it comes to fundraising. Meanwhile, Democrat voters are being fed a constant stream of anti-Trump reports in the media. They might be sorely surprised in 2018.