Monuments down, cash very low

As we watch monuments coming down, we also take a look at the Democrats' cash situation.  To say the least, it is not pretty, as we see in this latest update:   Months of post-election malaise hamstrung the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) fundraising over the first six months of 2017, creating a serious money gap with Republicans and raising questions about Democrats' ability to take advantage of opportunities in the 2018 midterms. The DNC raised $38.2 million in the first half of the year, compared with the Republican National Committee's (RNC) $75.4 million haul during that period – a $37.2 million difference.  As of June 30, the RNC has almost $45 million in the bank, while the DNC has just under $7.5 million, along with $3 million in debt. Many Democrats are frustrated by the sluggish fundraising pace, which comes even as President Trump's sagging approval rating drives Democratic outrage across the country. ...(Read Full Post)

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