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National Party Committees Report May Financial Figures

The two major national party committees and the four Congressional campaign committees had healthy fundraising efforts during May, leaving them with substantial war chests for the upcoming elections.  

The Democratic National Committee (DNC)  reported  receipts of $8,785,383 and disbursements of $8,777,135, leaving $7,939,858 cash on hand on May 31st. The committee has debts of $4,909,240. During May the committee made a loan repayment of $1,875,000.  

National Republicans Register New Joint Fundraising Committee

A week after the U.S. Supreme Court stuck down overall aggregate limits on campaign contributions, the three national Republican campaign committees have formed a new joint fundraising committee.  

The Republican Victory Fund  was registered  as a joint fundraising committee with the Federal Election Committee on April 9th by treasurer Keith Davis of the Huckaby Davis Lisker political accounting firm. The filing was made public on Friday.  

Republicans Take In Koch Money, Democrats Still Carry Debts

The six national party committees reported improved financial conditions by the end of February, but some committees still carry debts, and one committee received more than $100,000 from members of the Koch family and their company.  

The four Congressional committees benefited from PACs paying their yearly dues. Each brought in more than $1 million from PACs and other committees.  

Hess Corporation Builds New Pipeline for Political Contributions

An American oil company, whose former executives moved secret money to President Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign, has set up a political action committee to give contributions to federal candidates and committees.  

The Hess Corporation Political Action Committee (Hess PAC)  registered  with the Federal Election Commission, listing Eric Fishman in New York as the treasurer. The PAC will collect donations from employees, give contributions to candidates, and disclose the activity.  

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Goes $2.5 Million Up on Republicans

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee reported raising $6.6 million during January and now has a $2.5 million advantage over the National Republican Senatorial Committee.  

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC)  reported receipts of $6,552,553 and disbursements of $3,571,468 during January, leaving $14,988,020 cash on hand, with debts of $2,500,000.  

National Party Committees Raise $371 Million, Repay $49 Million in Loans

The six major national party campaign committees reported receipts of $371 million during 2013, helping them repay $49 million in loans incurred during the 2012 campaigns.  

The three national Democratic campaign committees had receipts of $193 million, disbursements of $155 million, and ended the year with $46 million cash on hand, and debts of $19 million. They repaid $27.35 million in loans during the year.