(CNN) - The Democratic Governor's Association announced Friday it raised $10 million over the last three months, a cash haul that puts the organization in strong financial shape as it faces the prospect of losing control of a significant number of statehouses this November.
According to the DGA, the $10 million is a record-breaking amount for a three-month haul and increases the organization's coffers to $13 million with a month to go before the 37 gubernatorial elections being held this November.
A spokesman for the RGA told CNN they do not plan to release their fundraising numbers Friday.
The DGA says a significant amount of their fundraising came from grassroots donors, upset over the fact News Corp., the parent company of Fox News, donated $1 million to the Republican Governor's Association.
Democrats are defending 19 seats this election season, while Republicans are defending 18. According to political handicapper Charlie Cook, 14 current Democratic seats are considered tossups while only four current Republican seats are seen as competitive.