Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., continues to amass a sizeable war chest for her campaign to succeed Sen. Jay Rockeller, D-W.Va.
The Capito campaign has more than $3.2 million on hand after raising roughly $777,500 during the third quarter of the year, campaign manager Chris Hansen said.
That means she's raised more than $4.1 million since announcing her campaign in late 2012, Hansen said.
"West Virginia wants a Senator with a proven track record of standing up to President Obama and his out-of-control spending, fighting the EPA and their anti-coal policies and working to defeat Obamacare," Capito said in a prepared statement.
"That is why I am going to continue to work hard over the next year so that we can win on Election Day and bring West Virginia values to the United States Senate."
The six-term congresswoman raised about $770,000 last quarter, giving her about $2.87 million cash on hand at the time. She raised about $921,000 in the first quarter.
The third quarter wrapped up Sept. 30. As of that day, a total of 2,241 West Virginians contributed to the Capito campaign, Hansen said.