WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its Republican rival in February and has a $10 million advantage in cash in the bank.
The DCCC on Thursday said it raised $6.4 million last month and has $34.4 million banked ahead of November's elections. The National Republican Congressional Committee says it raised $5.1 million and has $24.8 million on hand.
The Democratic committee has raised $89 million and the Republican one almost $72 million since 2012. Neither has debt.
The Democratic committee has raised more than the Republicans in all but two months since January 2013.
Republicans now hold 233 seats in the House to the Democrats' 199. There are three vacancies.