As anxiety rises among the Republican Party (GOP) regarding their financial situation, donations from Republican donors have dropped significantly. This comes after several disappointments in the recent election cycle, including losing key congressional seats in swing districts, the failed defense of key state legislatures, and the failure of signature ballot initiatives. Despite consistently failing to meet the expectations of Republican supporters, the GOP has been unable to stem the tide of diminishing donations. Reports from the Republican National Committee (RNC) indicate that the party’s fundraising numbers have plummeted, with donations dropping over 26 percent from the same period in 2019. Additionally, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus stated that donations from individual donors have dropped 29 percent from this time last year. The news of the RNC’s plummeting donations has caused alarm among Republican leadership. The drop in donations is seen as a sign of an impending financial crisis within the GOP. With expensive campaigns to win next year’s election, the party will need the money to compete in all the races they are targeting. Without the financial resources, the Republicans’ planed approach to the up-coming election may be threatened. To counteract the drop in donations, the RNC has launched a number of initiatives to increase their fundraising numbers. These initiatives include new donor-outreach efforts, improved online presence, and expanded marketing campaigns. Only time will tell if these efforts will be enough to secure much-needed funds for the Republican Party. Nonetheless, one thing is certain: the dire state of the GOP’s finances requires an immediate solution, as failure to generate enough donations will lead to dire consequences.