Politics

RNC Raises Record-Breaking $8.2 Million in November

RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel fills a care package for deployed troops

The Republican National Committee broke a fundraising record by hauling in $8.2 million in November, the most money ever raised by the RNC for the month in a non-election year.

RNC chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said grassroots support for the Republican Party is growing throughout the country while RNC Finance Chairman Steve Wynn said the party has had Americans' support since President Donald Trump was inaugurated.

"As President Trump follows through on his campaign promises, our grassroots support continues to grow across the America," McDaniel said. "As I travel the country, I see how enthusiastic the hardworking American families are about receiving tax cuts, better jobs, and higher wages and Republicans are committed to creating jobs and spurring economic growth."

"November’s record-breaking $8.2 million is a continuation of the broad support the Republican Party has enjoyed since the Inauguration of President Trump," Wynn said. "With passage of the upcoming tax bill we expect even more Americans will recognize and celebrate the simple fact that the President is a man of action for the working people of America who will now keep more of their own money."

The RNC has raised $121.4 million in 2017 and currently has $39.9 million cash on hand with zero debt.