Washington (CNN) - An independent Republican organization that's supporting GOP candidates running in this year's midterm elections raised $14.5 million over the past month.
American Crossroads also confirms to CNN that the organization, and its affiliated group, Crossroads GPS, have brought in $32 million since they formed this spring.
American Crossroads, a conservative 527 campaign organization which was launched by a group of influential Republicans, says their goal is to raise $52 million this year to help their party topple Democrats in the midterm elections.
"We're seeing broad support from large and small donors who want to stop the Obama-Pelosi-Reid agenda and have a sustained impact on public policy in 2011 and beyond," says American Crossroads Communications Director Jonathan Collegio.
American Crossroads is likely competing with the Republican National Committee for many of the same donors. The RNC reports raising $52 million from January through July.
American Crossroads is using much of the money they've raised to go up on television with commercials in Nevada, Colorado, Missouri and Ohio and the affiliated Crossroads GPS has been running ads in Nevada, Colorado, Missouri, Kentucky, California and Pennsylvania.