Report: Dem campaign arm outraises GOP counterpart for February
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The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its Republican equivalent by nearly $1 million in February, a new report says.

The DCCC raised $7.1 million last month, according to Politico, contrasted with $6.3 million for the National Republican Congressional Committee during the same period.

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The group ends its latest fundraising quarter with $37 million cash on hand, it continued, compared to $39 million for the NRCC.

A DCCC official additionally revealed that the organization has now raised $13.5 million for the year, the news publication reported.

Politico on Thursday also said that a committee aide noted that 1.7 million of its donations are from individuals contributing $200 or less.

Nearly 80 percent of the Democratic Caucus has paid dues this presidential election cycle, it added, with most going to the campaign arm for House Democrats.

Democratic leadership on Wednesday predicted it could heavily capitalize with voters if Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpWarren defends, Buttigieg attacks in debate that shrank the field Five takeaways from the Democratic debate in Ohio Democrats debate in Ohio: Who came out on top? MORE secures the Republican presidential nomination. They announced that Democratic presidential, Senate and House contenders should begin linking the front-running candidate with their GOP rivals immediately.

“Trump is the Republican nominee for all intents and purposes,” Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (Fla.) said. "The math is impossible for any other candidate to take the nomination.

“We’re ready for Mr. Trump. We’re ready to hold him accountable for the damage he’s doing as a candidate, and for what he’d do as president. We’re more than ready.”

DCCC Chairman Ben Ray Luján, meanwhile, predicted Trump’s name on ballots could cost Republicans multiple House seats in November.

“Now the Republican primary has taken shape, Trump will inflict more harm on down-ballot Republicans,” he said. "This is bad news for the GOP. As Trump continues to drive the narrative in offensive and unpredictable ways, Congressional Republicans will be unable to escape its impact."