Election: Midterm spending for CA House seats surpasses ’16 by $40 million

By Ian Wheeler, Kurt Snibbe

With the finish line in sight and receipts in their wake, California congressional candidates have spent nearly $150 million, or about 36 percent more than they spent in the 2016 election cycle.

In their drive to flip Congress, Democrats have spent $102 million of the total, more than double the $47 million spent by GOP candidates, according to federal data reported by the Center for Responsive Politics. The final bill will be known after Election Day, when campaigns send in last disclosures to the Federal Election Commission, which enforces campaign finance laws.

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Source: OC Register

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