The Republican National Committee raised more than $104 million from January to September, a fundraising haul the party attributes to an influx of small-dollar donors excited about President Trump.
The $104 million raised during the first nine months of the year is a first for the party, as it has never raised that much money in that span of time during a nonpresidential year.
“Our record-breaking fundraising has been fueled by grassroots enthusiasm for President Trump and the Republican Party,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said in a statement. “The overwhelming support has enabled the RNC to have a virtually uninterrupted presence in key states like Virginia since 2013.”
The RNC’s fundraising totals will be reflected in a finance report it will submit to the Federal Elections Commission by Friday.
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