The Democratic National Committee is still struggling financially. They had an awful summer for fundraising which ended with a thud in August.
DNC Falls Further into Debt in August with Abysmal Fundraising Haul
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) may be in trouble, according to its latest Federal Election Commission (FEC) filing showing it raised only $4.3 million in August and is $4.1 million in debt. The Republican National Committee (RNC) did much better, raising a whopping $7.3 million in August with no debt. The DNC has raised less than half of what the RNC has raised so far this year.
RNC Finance Chairman Steve Wynn commented that the RNC’s August fundraising haul was an “unprecedented amount of support in a nonpresidential year,” saying Americans want “even more of the economic and political leadership offered by our party and the Trump administration.”
The DNC’s $4.35 million fundraising figure is their second worst August fundraising figure in the past 11 years, coming only slightly ahead of the $4.3 million that the DNC raised in August of 2013.
One of the reasons for this is that the Democrats have learned nothing from the 2016 election. Instead of examining what went wrong and making changes, they have doubled down on their far left rhetoric.
They seem determined to fail.