CLF & AAN Raise Over $58 Million in Second Quarter of Election Year

CLF Raised $46.4 Million Alone, Breaking Previous Q2 Records

Congressional Leadership Fund, the super PAC endorsed by Speaker Mike Johnson and House Republican Leadership, and its sister issue advocacy organization, American Action Network together raised over $58 million in the second quarter of the 2024 election year, bringing their combined total raised to over $200 million for the cycle.

CLF raised $46.4 million alone in the second quarter of 2024, surpassing the group’s previous all-time record from 2022 and nearly doubling what CLF raised in 2020, the last presidential election year.

“This fundraising quarter demonstrates the palpable enthusiasm behind Republicans holding and growing the House Majority,” said CLF President Dan Conston. “Our prospects remain credible as House Democrats face a diminished and unpopular president, and on top of that, will be forced to defend their wildly out of touch records and positions. Resources are key to ensuring Republicans retain control of the House this fall, and this is a significant downpayment.”

Key Highlights:

  • CLF and AAN raised over $58 million combined in the second quarter of 2024.  
  • CLF raised $46.4 million in the second quarter of 2024, breaking previous records for the second quarter of an election year:
    • This sum is nearly double what CLF raised in the second quarter of 2020, when House Republicans picked up 15 seats
    • CLF raised nearly $3 million more in 2024 than the $43.5 million raised in 2022, when Republicans took back the House.
  • Cycle to date, CLF and AAN raised a combined total of over $200 million.