Republican National Committee
July 26, 2018
Trump Campaign and RNC Announce Transfers to NRCC and NRSC
WASHINGTON — President Donald J. Trump and the Republican National Committee (RNC) have announced the transfer of $8 million to the NRSC and the NRCC in support of their midterm election efforts. The Trump Campaign will max out to nearly 100 candidates in its first round of contributions. The RNC will transfer $4 million to the NRSC and $4 million to the NRCC.
"Thanks to President Trump and our supporters, we have the resources to protect and strengthen our Republican majorities in Congress," said Chairwoman McDaniel. "Because of the President’s leadership, Americans have higher wages, more jobs, more money in their pockets and results heading into the midterm elections. Together with our sister committees, I’m confident we can deliver that positive message to Americans all across the country and elect more Republicans so President Trump can continue to deliver for the American people."
"President Trump needs more elected leaders in Congress to help him implement his America First agenda and together, I’m confident we can deliver," said Campaign Manager Brad Parscale. "The President authorized this support for the GOP committees and candidates because he is committed to supporting the NRSC, NRCC, and congressional candidates who will work with him as we make America great again."
The RNC and Trump campaign have made historic investments in the midterms. The RNC will spend a quarter billion dollars to protect Republican majorities in Washington and State houses across the country, marking the largest ground game investment ever made. The RNC's commitment spans over two dozen states as the committee expands its permanent, data-driven field program for the midterms.
RNC field teams have made more than 22 million voter contacts across the country and trained nearly 17,000 Trump Republican Leadership Initiative fellows to expand the Party's reach ahead of November. Campaigns in all 50 states, including every targeted U.S. Senate race this cycle, are using RNC Data to help them win. The committee has collected more than 100 billion data points to better target voters, and has worked with the Trump Campaign to gain over 16 million new email addresses through digital fundraising efforts.

Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
July 26, 2018


Trump Campaign is “all in” to protect and expand GOP majorities in the House and Senate

NEW YORK, NY – Today, the Trump Campaign announced that it is donating campaign funds to provide a financial boost to the campaign committees of over 100 Members of Congress running for re-election. The announcement was made jointly with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Chairman Ronna McDaniel of the Republican National Committee, which is transferring funds to the NRCC and the NRSC to similarly support these campaigns.

The Trump Campaign is maxing out to these candidate committees with checks cut directly to each one. This is the first round of such contributions, with other campaigns targeted to receive checks between now and Election Day.

“President Trump has made it clear that our number one priority as a campaign is to protect and expand the GOP majorities in the House and Senate in the mid-term elections this year,” said Brad Parscale, Campaign Manager for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. “We donated these funds from our campaign directly to theirs as a boost to these Members of Congress so we can maintain the momentum of the Trump agenda, including record job creation and economic growth. This is just one step in our plans to commit our resources and strategic support to these campaigns in the mid-terms. We are all in to win this year for President Trump and the American people,” he concluded.

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