(CNN) - Harry Reid's campaign said Tuesday the Senate Majority Leader's raised more than $3.25 million over the past three months, leaving the Nevada Democrat with more than $7.33 million in cash on hand.
"Our campaign is strong and getting stronger by the day," Reid, who's up for re-election next year, said in a statement Tuesday. "The financial support we have already received will enable us to run a campaign that communicates with Nevadans in every corner of the state."
The campaign says Reid has brought in nearly half of the $25 million he's planning to raise before next year's election.
President Barack Obama helped Reid rake in an estimated $1-2 million at a fundraising event at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in late May.
The most recent polling in Nevada suggests that only a minority of voters there think Reid deserves to be re-elected - but the GOP has yet to come up with a competitive candidate to challenge the incumbent.