The state Dem Party finished the year with nearly $3.7 million in its federal campaign account – more than three times what the Wisconsin GOP had in the bank, according to the latest filings.
The state Dem Party reported $1.5 million in receipts and $1 million in expenses over the final three months of 2021. It also reported $111,573 in debts.
The state GOP reported $159,536 in receipts, $227,222 in disbursements and just more than $1 million in the bank.
The FEC filings help fill out the picture of what both parties had for resources going into an election year.
The state Dem Party reported last month it had $2 million in its main state account and $424,188 in a fund that can accept corporate contributions and cover administrative costs, but can’t be used to make contributions to candidates or for express advocacy.
With the federal resources added in, the Wisconsin Dems had nearly $6.2 million between the three accounts.
The state GOP, meanwhile, reported it had $102,425 in its main state account and $58,689 in its segregated fund. With the federal resources added in, Wisconsin Republicans had nearly $1.2 million.
See the Dem Party’s federal report:
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