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September Another Record-Setting Fundraising Month for the RNC

September Another Record-Setting Fundraising Month for the RNC

Credits the impeachment theater

Thursday, the Republican National Convention announced what they’re calling the “largest-ever off-cycle fundraising haul in history for either Party.”

The RNC raked in a whopping $27.3 million in September alone.

From the RNC:

“While Democrats focus on fighting President Trump, Republicans have prioritized voters and we have another record-breaking fundraising month–the highest ever off-cycle–to show for it,” said Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. “Voters are tired of Democrats’ petty politics and baseless witch hunts, and their shameful attacks have only energized our grassroots army and allowed us to lay the groundwork for Republicans to take back the House, expand our majority in the Senate and re-elect President Trump in 2020.”

RNC Fundraising Fast Facts:
Receipts for September 2019: $27.3 million
Receipts for 2019-2020 Cycle: $168.7 million
Total cash on hand: $59.2 million
Debt: $0
*Note: To date, the RNC has more than doubled the DNC’s fundraising. As of the last filing period, the DNC carried $7.3 million in debt.

This announcement follows the RNC and Trump Campaign’s massive $125 million Q3 haul announced earlier this month. The RNC is already investing this money into targeting vulnerable House Democrats over their support for the impeachment charade—$2.35 million to date—and continues to invest in growing its permanent ground game operation to expand the map in 2020 and benefit President Trump and Republican candidates nationwide.

“RNC and the Trump re-election campaign announced a massive third-quarter war chest of $125.7 million,” reports Fox News.

The party spent $2.3 million to keep the pressure on vulnerable House Democrats, as part of the campaign, $2 million for ads across television and digital, and an additional $350,000 multimedia buy that it announced this week on platforms like YouTube, Hulu, and Facebook.

The multimedia buy this week focuses on peer-to-peer texting and phone calls to more than 30 House Democrat districts, encouraging voters to call their congressman or congresswoman and “stop the madness.” The party also is continuing investment into Facebook petitions, encouraging voters to sign up and “Take a Stand” against impeachment.

“Our goal is to cause chaos,” RNC spokesman Rick Gorka, who is heading up the campaign, told Fox News in an interview earlier this month. “This is a poison pill. When you couple the impeachment process with the socialist policies being espoused by 2020 Democrats, it’s going to sink their chances at the ballot box, especially with those crucial swing voters and independents across the country.”

Contrary to media narratives indicating Republicans are in trouble, RNC fundraising continues to dwarf that of the DNC. Our previous coverage:

Trump and RNC Q3 Fundraising Dwarfs Announced Numbers for 2020 Democrats

RNC’s WinRed Brings in Millions in Three Months, Credits Impeachment Inquiry

RNC, Trump Campaign Raise $5 Million Since Pelosi Announced Impeachment Inquiry

RNC Sets New Fundraising Records, Almost Tripling DNC Donations in July

RNC Crushed February Fundraising Records, Raising $14.6 Million Last Month

Trump Reelection Campaign, RNC Merge Into One Body Called ‘Trump Victory’

RNC Breaks Fundraising Record Again With $14.2 Million Raised in July

DNC is Going Broke as RNC Rakes in Cash


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These are the same guys who spent good money on Nicole Wallace and Steve Schmidt.

    Indeed. They also took millions in donations promising to secure the border and repeal Obamacare.

    I get the sinking feeling they will blow much of the money on campaign consultants and focus groups who will tell them the GOP needs to “soften” its image by endorsing open borders, gun control, and government-run health care. What good is an opposition party if they won’t oppose Democrats?

      The R party is not a monolith. Too many are indistinguishable from Ds because they represent districts that are ‘purple’.

        The GOP has never been monolithic, but that is not the problem. For the last decade to the best of my knowledge there were practically no Republicans running on keeping Obamacare – even in so-called purple districts. They had vote after vote in Congress in favor of repealing. The 2016 election did not flip a lot of vulnerable GOP seats to Democrats. Republican finally had what they claimed they needed to dump Obamacare.

        But once the GOP controlled Congress AND the White House, the passion for repeal suddenly evaporated. The lopsided votes for repeal during the Obama era mysteriously were nowhere to be found. The GOP-controlled House struggled to pass a watered-down repeal, only to watch McCain theatrically nuke it in the Senate.

          You’re right about the lop sided votes, but they were easy votes as they were going nowhere. As time went on, parts of Ocare became popular with many in the middle class, meaning the pre-existing conditions mandate and the subsidized premium for many. The Dems knew this would be the case. The courts have done more to disembowel Ocare that Congress. McCain did what he did to ‘up Trump’s’

          That was a case of the dog catching the car it was chasing and then not knowing what to do.

          The GOP never had a workable plan to replace Obamacare (and still doesn’t). You have to be ready when your opportunity arrives.

        The MAGA movement is as close to monolithic as it gets on the right.

        Lord knows what the GOP Establishment would get if Jeb! Bush had lost against Hillary instead of Trump beating her like a drum.


        Whitewall | October 18, 2019 at 4:46 pm

        The R party is not a monolith. Too many are indistinguishable from Ds because they represent districts that are ‘purple’.

Every few weeks during election years, I used get letters from the RNC or NRSC blegging for money. “We be doing the people’s work, so help us with a few bucks, blah, blah. I would write back with my answer: “NO. I only donate to local candidates. Now, remove me from your mailing list!”

Somewhere along the way, the Republicans money changers knew their postage and printing were wasted on me, so the bleggs stopped.

When I read this it made me so glad I do not donate to these worthless, national congress critters: Senate fails to override Trump veto on border wall

“The president’s opponents mustered 53 votes to overturn the veto, with 10 Republicans siding with Democrats, but it still fell far short of the two-thirds needed to force Mr. Trump to retreat from his marquee campaign promise.”

One of those backstabbing RINOS included my own mealy-mouthed, limp richard senator, Roy Blunt(R-MO). It’s time to primary their sorry asses.

I suppose money is the easiest way to measure success. Personally, I’d prefer a running total of leftist criminals thrown in jail, riots forcefully dispersed, Anti-fa thugs sent to the emergency room, etc.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | October 18, 2019 at 10:00 pm

Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.

Psalm 27:14 NIV

    Wait long enough and you’ll be dead – but the left will still be stealing elections and mobbing old people. “The Lord helps those who help themselves.”

      Whitewall in reply to txvet2. | October 19, 2019 at 7:24 am

      “Wait for the LORD and keep His way, and He will raise you up to inherit the land. When the wicked are cut off, you will see it.”

      I have a feeling the “wicked” will need “cut off” much sooner.