Republicans are raising $ 804 million on WinRed in 2 months

Republicans ’WinRed online fundraising site raised $ 804 million in the first two months of the fourth quarter ahead of the January Senate runoff.

The platform was developed to fight Democrats against George Costanza-sized wallets, in June 2019, ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Since then, Politico has reported that WinRed has raised more than $ 1.2 billion for GOP candidates and groups. This figure includes fundraising of $ 430 million in October and $ 374 million in November.


The New York Times wrote on Thursday that President Trump and the Republican National Commission alone have raised $ 207.5 million since Trump lost Joe Biden to the newly elected president last month.

A total of nearly $ 2 billion was raised by Trump and the committee, according to an NPR report on Friday, compared to the former vice president and the National Democratic Commission’s $ 1.69 billion.

In a October blog post, WinRed president Gerrit Lansing wrote that WinRed’s success was largely due to “there was an unprecedented party unity behind the need to take on ActBlue,” the platform’s democratic rival.

“In fact, 52% of the top 40 fundraising House and Senate campaigns (including national party committees) were processed through WinRed after we launched this cycle,” Lansing noted.

The Washington State’s The News Tribune reports ActBlue processed more than $ 3.7 billion in contributions during the third fundraising quarter.

While Democrats and Republicans alike have seen donations rise to historic levels – North Carolina’s fierce Senate competition has raised $ 280 million – all eyes continue to turn to Georgia.

The peach state competition is the Republican sens. He decides between Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, as well as Democratic challengers Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, to lead the upper chamber.


Steven Law, chairman of the Senate Leadership Fund, told America’s Newsroom on Thursday that his super PAC brought in $ 104 million from Oct. 15 to Nov. 23, and the majority has grown since election day.

The committee told Fox News that it had already spent $ 83 million outside its ally, the American Crossroads group, to run or spare advertising time during the runoff.