The National Republican Congressional Committee edged out the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in June fundraising, bringing in $10.7 million to $10.5 million for the DCCC.

It is a switch from May, when the DCCC narrowly led the NRCC.

The DCCC has outraised the NRCC so far for the cycle by nearly $10 million but, because of the debt it took on from the 2010 cycle and a higher burn rate, it trails in cash on hand. The NRCC has $41 million in the bank, while the DCCC has $32 million.

Most pundits predict the House will remain in GOP control after the next election.

This post was updated at 11:20 a.m.