Republican political committees have spent close to $1.3 million this year at properties owned by President Trump, according to new records from the Federal Election Commission.

So far this year, at least 25 congressional campaigns, state parties, and the Republican Governors Association spent more than $473,000 at Trump-owned properties, including his hotels and golf clubs, the Washington Post reported.

Additionally, Trump-owned companies have received an additional $793,000 from the Republican National Committee and the president's campaign committee, which includes rent payments and legal consulting.

The RNC, for example, paid $122,000 to the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., after the party committee hosted a fundraiser there in June. Roughly 300 Trump supporters attended the fundraiser, which cost $35,000 per person and raised $10 million for the RNC and the president's re-election committee.

The RNC is one of 19 federal political committees that has visited the Trump International Hotel this year.

The president's re-election committee has spent close to $15,000 for lodging at the Trump-owned hotel.

In addition to hosting events for the RNC and Trump's reelection campaign, the Trump Hotel has also hosted campaign events for Republican Reps. Dana Rohrabacher of California, Jodey Arrington of Texas, Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania, and David Valadao of California.

Other lawmakers whose campaign committees or leadership PACs have spent money at the Trump International Hotel are Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, and Reps. Eric Crawford of Arkansas, Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania, Kevin McCarthy of California, and Ted Yoho of Florida.

In addition to the Trump International Hotel, the Republican Party of Virginia shelled out $9,705 for a room rental and catering at Trump's golf club in Sterling, Va., in May.

The Republican Governors Association paid $408,000 for an event at the Trump Doral Golf Course in Florida, which was booked several years ago.