National Republican Senatorial Committee

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National Republican Senatorial Committee
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President:Jerry Moran
Party:Republican
Website:http://www.nrsc.org
Portal:Congress
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The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is a national political organization. It supports campaigns of Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate.[1] Their 2014 Mission reads:[1]
The 2014 election will be a showdown for control of the Senate and Republicans are in a strong position to win. There are no vulnerable Republican incumbents, placing Democrats squarely on defense. Across the country there five incumbent Democrats retiring and four others facing re-election in states that Romney won in 2012. All of these Democrat incumbents are facing voters for the first time since voting for ObamaCare and the failed Stimulus. With great candidates, strong grassroots support, and the issues on our side we will take back the Senate in 2014.

The current chair is Kansas Senator Jerry Moran.[1]

2014 elections

Fundraising

July 2014

The DSCC had its strongest second quarter in organization history, raising $21.7 during the quarter. As of July 2014, the DSCC had raised $70.3 million in the 2014 cycle, while the NRSC had raised $68.6 million in 2014.[2]

November 2013

During November 2013, NRSC raised $3.2 million. The DSCC raised $5.1 million.[3]

2013 Fundraising Totals through October 31

As of October 31, 2013, the NRSC reported total fundraising of $27,302,080 to the Federal Elections Commission. Over the same period, Democrats raised $41,750,474.[4][5]

October 2013 fundraising

During October 2013, the NRSC hit a monthly fundraising high of $3.8 million[6]

September 2013 fundraising

The NRSC raised $3.6 million in September 2013 and finished the month with $3.4 million cash-in-hand and no debt.[7]

August 2013 fundraising

For the seventh time in eight months, the DSCC topped its counterpart, the NRSC, in fundraising efforts. The NRSC brought in $1.9 million to the DSCC's $3.3.[8]

July 2013 fundraising

The NRSC raised $2.6 million in the month of July.[9]

June 2013 fundraising

The NRSC raised $3.8 million in June 2013, bringing its 2nd quarter total to $10.2 million. The NRSC's 2nd quarter total was $1.6 million shy of the DNCC's total, though the NRSC was able to pay down all of its outstanding debt for 2013, the first committee to do so.[10]

May 2013 fundraising

In May 2013, the NRSC raised $3.6 million to the DSCC's $4.9 million.[11]

First quarter 2013 fundraising

The NRSC raised $6.9 million in first quarter of 2013 to the DSCC's $13.7 million.[12]

2012 elections

Expenditures

During the 2012 election cycle, the NRSC spent $32,114,674 on independent expenditures. The top 10 expenditures are listed below[13]

NRCC's Top 10 Independent Expenditures
Recipient State Total Spent In Support of Dems Spent in Opposition to Dems Spent In Support of Repubs Spent in Opposition to Repubs
Tim Kaine (D) VA-Sen $5,768,873 $0 $5,768,873 $0 $0
Tammy Baldwin (D) WI-Sen $5,497,978 $0 $5,497,978 $0 $0
Richard Carmona (D) AZ-Sen $4,214,212 $0 $4,214,212 $0 $0
Joe Donnelly (D) IN-Sen $3,943,181 $0 $3,943,181 $0 $0
Jon Tester (D) MT-Sen $3,922,158 $0 $3,922,158 $0 $0
Shelley Berkley (D) NV-Sen $3,233,435 $0 $3,233,435 $0 $0
Heidi Heitkamp (D) ND-Sen $2,543,186 $0 $2,543,186 $0 $0
Angus King (I) ME-Sen $1,213,861 $0 $1,213,861 $0 $0
Sherrod Brown (D) OH-Sen $990,553 $0 $990,553 $0 $0
Rick Berg (R) AZ-Sen $600,803 $0 $0 $600,803 $0

Donors

The top 5 contributors to the NRSC during the 2012 election cycle:[14]

Donor Total
Goldman Sachs $812,500
KKR & Co. $337,950
Baupost Group $325,050
Blackstone Group $315,284
TA Assoc $286,050

Industries

The top 5 industries donating to the NRSC during the 2012 election cycle:[15]

Industry Total
Securities & Investment $14,890,699
Retired $8,903,566
Real Estate $4,186,998
Misc $3,267,382
Oil & Gas $3,241,967

Leadership

2014 NRSC Leadership[16]
Member Position
Sen. Jerry Moran Chairman
Sen. Rob Portman Vice-Chairman for Finance
Sen. Ted Cruz Vice-Chairman for Grassroots Outreach

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