The Republican Party had a record month for fundraising in November, pulling in over eight million in cash. Democrats on the other hand didn’t do so well. The media keeps telling us a Democrat wave is coming in 2018. How are they planning to pay for it?
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
DNC Has Worst November Fundraising in a Decade
The Democratic National Committee raised $5.7 million last month, its lowest fundraising numbers for the month of November since 2007.
The DNC has raised at least $5.9 million since 2008, but could not meet that mark this year, the Washington Examiner reported Thursday, citing Federal Election Commission data.
The last time the national Democratic Party raised so little money in November was in 2007, when the organization brought in $4.4 million.
Despite being the party out of power, which can lead to improved fundraising and enthusiasm among supporters, the DNC had a poor year of fundraising in 2017. The national Democratic Party has brought in $60.7 million since Jan. 1, while it has $6.3 million cash on hand and $2.6 million in debt.
Maybe this has something to do with the fact that Democrats have brought absolutely nothing to the table for the last year. They offer no policy, no ideas, just protest after protest and obstruction.