(CNN) - Harry Reid's re-election campaign says that the Senate majority leader raised over $2 million in the past three months.
Reid's re-election campaign reports Friday that they've brought in $2,019,548 in the fourth quarter of 2009 and just over $15 million since the start of this election cycle.
"Our campaign is fully operational and ready to ensure Sen. Reid will continue his work creating jobs and getting Nevada's economy back on track as leader of the Senate," said campaign manager Brandon Hall in a statement. "These resources allow the campaign to highlight the choice they have between candidates whose rhetoric doesn't match reality and Sen. Reid's record of delivering for all Nevada."
Polls over the past year suggest that the four-term senator faces a tough re-election. Only one-third of Nevada voters had a favorable opinion of Reid, according to a survey conducted early this month by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The poll also indicated that a majority of voters in the state, 52 percent, held an unfavorable opinion of Reid. According to the survey, Reid trailed three of his possible GOP challengers in hypothetical general election match-ups.
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