House Democrats donated to their campaign committee at a higher clip than Republicans in February, helping give their party a roughly $300,000 fundraising advantage for the month, Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings show.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) outraised the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) by roughly $300,000 in February. Coincidentally, that's about the same difference between Democratic and Republican lawmakers' donations during the month. 

House Democrats, from members of leadership through the rank and file, contributed almost $870,000 to the DCCC in February, FEC filings show. 

Republicans, by contrast, contributed just over $570,000 of their own campaign cash to the NRCC last month.

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) led congressional contributors by transferring $250,000 from his campaign committee to the DCCC, while Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa.) dispatched $150,000.

They were the only lawmakers to contribute more than Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.), the former Speaker of the House, who contributed $100,000 from her victory fund and brought in tens of thousands more with joint fundraising efforts.

On the Republican side, Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerFormer Speaker Boehner's official portrait unveiled Key Republicans say Biden can break Washington gridlock From learning on his feet to policy director MORE's (R-Ohio) contributions accounted for more than half the NRCC's haul from GOP lawmakers over the last month.

The Ohio Republican's "BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerFormer Speaker Boehner's official portrait unveiled Key Republicans say Biden can break Washington gridlock From learning on his feet to policy director MORE for Speaker" committee transferred just over $284,000 to the NRCC, and, like Pelosi, brought in much more in joint fundraising. Boehner's political action committee (PAC), the Freedom Project, also contributed $15,000 to the NRCC, putting Boehner at just under $300,000 for the month.

Rep. Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanJeffries blasts Trump for attack on Thunberg at impeachment hearing Live coverage: House panel debates articles of impeachment House Ethics Committee informs Duncan Hunter he can no longer vote after guilty plea MORE (R-Wis.), the chairman of the House Budget Committee, also made a major contribution to the NRCC, sending $110,000 from his campaign committee.

Other lawmaker contributions of note come from party and committee leaders.

On the Democratic side, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (Md.) sent $60,000 to the DCCC; Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), the Budget Committee's ranking member, who formerly headed the DCCC, transferred $50,000; and Rep. Henry Waxman (Calif.), the ranking member of the Energy and Commerce Committee, sent $25,000, as did Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.), the ranking member of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Among Republicans, Rep. Spencer BachusSpencer Thomas BachusManufacturing group leads coalition to urge Congress to reauthorize Ex-Im Bank Biz groups take victory lap on Ex-Im Bank On The Money: White House files notice of China tariff hikes | Dems cite NYT report in push for Trump tax returns | Trump hits Iran with new sanctions | Trump praises GM for selling shuttered Ohio factory | Ex-Im Bank back at full strength MORE (Ala.), the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, transferred $30,000 to the NRCC, and Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (Mich.) sent $25,000. Rep. Ron Paul's (Texas) Liberty PAC contributed $30,000 and Rep. Virginia FoxxVirginia Ann FoxxDemocratic lawmaker tears into DeVos: You're 'out to destroy public education' House GOP unveils alternative drug pricing measure ahead of Pelosi vote Democrats likely to gain seats under new North Carolina maps MORE's (N.C.) campaign committee transferred $50,000.