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RNC Numbers...

newsFrom AP news, the Republican's have announced their war chest so far... Help counter that force, contribute however you can or and/or support the Democratic party's recurring "Democracy Bond" today...

"The Republican National Committee collected nearly $60 million through the first half of the year, giving the GOP a solid financial footing for the midterm congressional elections in 2006.

The committee received $59.4 million in contributions, record fundraising in a non-presidential election year, the RNC said. The Republican organization had more than $34 million cash on hand at the end of June after raising more than $6.5 million last month.

By comparison, the Democratic National Committee said last week that it had raised more than $28 million through the first half of 2005, and had about $9 million in the bank.

All House seats and 33 Senate seats are up next year. Republicans hope to avoid the loss of congressional seats — typical in non-presidential election years for the party in power."
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