House Democrats cash reserves mount, surpass GOP


Kansas House Democrats are running just a step ahead of Republicans with cash in the bank, marking yet another sign of the energy the Democrats are harnessing as attention turns toward the general election.

The Democratic House committee raised more money than the House Republican committee in the first part of the year, slightly surpassing their GOP rivals' reserves going into the heart of the general election campaign.

Democrats raised about $77,000 through July 23, leaving them with about $212,000 on hand. Republicans, meanwhile, raised . . .


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