WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican committee charged with keeping the party's majority in the House raised almost $61 million last year.
The National Republican Congressional Committee said Friday it raised $4.2 million in December and has $21 million banked for this year's elections.
The Democrats' committee to elect members to the House raised almost $76 million last year to fund its effort to retake the majority. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has $29.3 million in the bank.
The GOP enjoys a 32-seat advantage in the House, 232 Republicans to 200 Democrats. There are three open seats.