Priorities USA Action, the primary super PAC supporting the reelection of President Barack Obama, brought in $6 million in June and was easily outraised by the primary super PAC supporting GOP candidate Mitt Romney.
Priorities $6.1 haul brought their cash on hand to $10.6 million at the end of June, according to a Federal Election Commission report filed Friday evening.
The group spent almost $7.9 million in June, including $4 million on Spanish-language ads in which aired in Colorado, Nevada and Florida.
Restore Our Future, the pro-Romney group, raised $20.7 million in June and ended the month with $21.6 million in the bank. Their total was boosted in part by two $5 million contributions.
Actor Morgan Freeman contributed $1 million in June to the super PAC, and said in a Friday statement that Obama had "done a remarkable job in historically difficult circumstances."
Priorities' largest contribution that month was a $2 million from California billionaire Irwin Jacobs, according to the FEC report.
The group has aired television ads critical of Romney's business experience. Their spots have aired in the battlegrounds of Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, according to CNN political ad consultant the Campaign Media Analysis Group.
Priorities reported debt just shy of $39,000.