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DCCC Posts $11.6 Million October Fundraising Haul

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will report raising $11.6 million in October. The fundraising haul was powered by grassroots donors who gave an average donation of $36.

As House Democrats continue to champion the historic Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the Build Back Better Act back at home, voters across the battleground are fired up to see Democrats in Congress deliver real change to their communities that their neighbors and families will feel directly.

“House Democrats just delivered two more historic wins for the American people with President Biden’s Infrastructure Deal and Build Back Better Act, and our members are already out on the ground in their communities talking to voters about how these bills will make a direct impact on their everyday lives,” said DCCC Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney. “House Republicans’ dangerous extremism continues to threaten Americans’ progress, but thanks to the leadership of House Democrats, President Biden, and Speaker Pelosi, we’re heading into the final stretch of 2021 with eager grassroots support that’s going to power our victories next November.”

The DCCC heads into the next month debt-free with $67.5 million cash on hand, DCCC’s best ever off-year October COH and nearly $24 million more than it had in October of 2019.


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