The Republican National Committee (RNC) outraised the Democratic National Committee (DNC) by more than two-to-one last month, according to June 2020 campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission June 20, Ballotpedia reports. May was the second month in a row that the RNC outraised the DNC.
Last month, the RNC raised $27.2 million and spent $22.0 million to the DNC’s $11.7 million in fundraising and $12.4 million in spending. To date, in the 2020 election cycle, the RNC has raised 72.9% more than the DNC ($372.9 million to $173.7 million). The RNC’s 72.9% fundraising advantage is up from 72.4% in May.
Compared to the same time period in the 2016 presidential campaign cycle, the RNC had a smaller $40.4 million fundraising advantage over the DNC– of $163.4 million compared to $108.5 million.
To date, the RNC, combined with the NRSC and NRCC, have raised 29.3% more than the DNC, and the DSCC and DCCC– of $639 million compared to $475.9 million. The Republican fundraising advantage today is up from 28.9% in May and 28.4% in April.