Democrats have a huge cash advantage going into the mid-term elections: Senate Democrats have $2,273,604 in the bank, almost three and a half times what the Senate Republicans have to spend: $657,826. In the Assembly, Democrats have a cash advantage of more than 3-1: $1,621,657 to $528,763.
The Republican State Committee actually is in a healthier financial position that their rivals, at this time. The state GOP has $165,970 in the bank, and an actual worth of $50,486 after debt. The Democratic State Committee has $118,025 cash-on-hand, but are actually in debt for $125,501.