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RNC raises $9.3M in April, $900K less than March total

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WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The Republican National Committee announced on Tuesday that it raised $9.3 million in April.

The RNC’s mark of $9.3 million is nearly $1 million off the organization’s total for March, which stands at $10.2 million.

“April was another great month for the RNC, thanks to the continued generosity of grassroots supporters and major contributors alike,” RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said.

“Their support has enabled us to launch Victory 365, our new year-round, community-based field operation—and to make ongoing investments in data, digital, and technology.”

Priebus

Priebus

For the 2014 cycle so far, the RNC has raised $115.2 million and has $13.2 million cash on hand, according to its website.

“Republicans are taking our message to all voters and are focused on issues that matter — from job creation, ObamaCare, school choice, and spending to government overreach and the administration’s foreign policy failures,” Priebus said.

“The momentum is on our side, and in contrast to the DNC, we’re on a stable financial footing. While Democrats fret about being ‘ready for Hillary,’ they should be even more worried about being ready for November.”

Reach David Yates at elections@legalnewsline.com.

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