The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised more than $6.3 million last month in what it said was its best February ever.

House Democrats ended February with $16.4 million in the bank and no debt. The DCCC spent $3 million in February and has raised more than $73 million so far this cycle.

The National Republican Congressional Committee has not released its totals, which aren't due to federal officials until Tuesday. In January, the NRCC raised $4.8 million while the DCCC raised $6 million. Republicans had $17.5 million on hand, putting them about $4.5 million ahead of Democrats as of the end of January.

Senate Democrats announced earlier Monday that they had raised $5.3 million in February, marking three straight months of raising more than the month before.