House Members Stockpiling Cash Ahead of Midterm Elections

BOSTON (AP) — The 2022 midterm elections are still more than a year off, but that hasn’t stopped members of the state’s all-Democratic U.S. House delegation from stockpiling campaign cash to help fend off potential challengers.

To bulk up their campaign checkbooks, members of the Massachusetts delegation have relied on a variety of sources, from smaller donations by individual supporters to larger checks from political actions committees — or PACs — representing a range of interests including unions and business sectors.

U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, chair of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, is one of the delegation’s more prodigious fundraisers.

By STEVE LeBLANC, The Associated Press
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