The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its Republican counterpart by $1.3 million in February, bringing in a record $6.4 million for the month.
The NRCC brought in $5.1 million, the best February showing the committee's had since 2006, and had $24.8 million cash on hand with no debt at the end of the month.
The DCCC had $34.4 million cash on hand at the end of February — more than twice as much cash as it had at the same point last cycle — and no debt. For the cycle, the DCCC has outraised the NRCC by about $17 million.
At this same point in 2012, the DCCC had $16.3 million in the bank. While the group's in a stronger financial position than it was last cycle, it's also facing an increasingly difficult political climate as it pursues the 17 seats it needs to win control of the House.
—This piece was updated at 4:20 to reflect the NRCC's numbers.