The Republican National Committee raised $5.9 million in July, $2 million more than its Democratic counterpart.
The DNC has hired former Clinton traveling press secretary Mo Elleithee as its communications director.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has brought on longtime GOP strategist Jennifer Sevilla Korn to be its national field director for Hispanic initiatives, in a move aimed at bolstering the party's outreach to Latino voters.
"I am excited to announce that Jennifer Sevilla Korn will join the RNC as Deputy Political Director and National Field Director for Hispanic Initiatives," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. "Jennifer will play a key role in directing our Hispanic engagement efforts to ensure that Republicans are building new relationships in the Hispanic community."
Korn most recently ran the Hispanic Leadership Network, a center-right outside group that focused on building bridges between the GOP and Hispanic voters. She also served as President George W. Bush's national Hispanic director in 2004. She will also be an RNC deputy political director.
The Supreme Court said Monday that the Republican Party must continue to adhere to an agreement designed to limit voter suppression.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) had asked the high court to reconsider a 1981 court order that limits the party's ability to carry out "ballot integrity programs."
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) has no hard deadline to decide whether he will take on the chairmanship of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), a position he was offered but turned down in 2010.
Bennet spoke with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Monday about the job, a Senate Democratic aide confirmed to The Hill, but has not yet made his decision.
"It's a whole long and involved process, and we haven't put a deadline on it," the aide said.
In total, the Democrats' House campaign arm has reserved more than $46 million in ad time for after Labor Day
Senate Republicans collected more than $5.75 million in March and a total of $15 million over the first three months of 2012.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has $19.6 million in the bank heading into April and has cleared out its debt, the committee announced Thursday.
Earlier on Thursday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee said it had raised $7.4 million in March, bringing its total cash on hand to almost $24 million and setting a record for its first-quarter haul.