By David Ball (Original work)
The Democratic National Committee had a poor month of fundraising in June, only bringing in $5.5 million, according to a new campaign finance filing.
The DNC ended the month with $7.4 million in the bank, Politico reports.
The DNC's fundraising numbers were poor compared to those of the Republican National Committee, which brought in $13.5 million in June and ended the month with $44.7 million cash on hand.
The RNC said it was free of debt, while the DNC is $3.3 million in debt.
Source: Free Beacon