Post-general reports were due Thursday for the period ranging from Oct. 18 to Nov. 26.
The DCCC spent $44.8 million in the run-up to the midterms and will start the 2020 cycle $18 million in debt. The committee raised $41 million and ended with $13 million in the bank. The DCCC's loan came from Bank of America at an interest rate of 2.1%. (FEC)
The NRCC spent $41 million and will start next cycle $12 million in debt. The committee raised $28.7 during the period and ended with $20.5 million cash on hand. The NRCC's loan came from Chain Bridge Bank at an interest rate of 2.8% percent. (FEC)
Depending on what the committees owe their creditors, their cash-on-hand could come in handy as they prepare for a possible special election in NC-09.
WINNING WOMEN. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (LA-01) "threw his support behind Rep. Elise Stefanik's (R-NY 21) push to help more Republican women win their primary races on Friday. 'Thank you for leading on this @EliseStefanik. We need more talented women like you in Congress. I’m proud to support your efforts,'" he tweeted.
"Scalise’s comments come after Stefanik blasted" newly elected NRCC Chairman Tom Emmer (MN-06) "for his remarks to Roll Call saying he believed it would be a 'mistake' for her to intervene in primaries. ... An Emmer aide said he and Stefanik are in communication and on the same page. The Minnesota Republican said the NRCC is developing a program to help get more women elected and wants input from women in the conference. He and Stefanik have discussed conducting a meeting with female GOP lawmakers to discuss the party’s strategy for the 2020 election cycle." (The Hill)