(Updated at 5:43 p.m. ET with Reid campaign response)
(CNN) - Nevada Republican Sharron Angle's Senate campaign announced a massive third quarter fundraising haul on Tuesday, potentially positioning the Tea Party candidate for an ad-heavy push weeks ahead of the midterm elections.
Angle's campaign brought in $14 million between July and September, spokesman Jarrod Agen told CNN.
Agen did not reveal how much cash the campaign had in the bank, or how much money it spent during the quarter, but said a "breakdown" of the numbers would be released Tuesday afternoon.
The 8-digit sum blows away every other quarterly fundraising haul this election cycle.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's campaign spokesman, Kelly Steele, responded to Angle's fundraising numbers.
"Sharron Angle ignores Nevada media and exploits her right-wing allies to gather support from out-of-state," Steele said in a statement. "Unfortunately for Angle, no amount of money can reverse Nevadans' understanding that her extreme and dangerous agenda is far outside the mainstream."
Steele also told CNN that the Reid campaign plans to announce their third quarter fundraising totals on October 15th.
Reid finished the second quarter with more than four times as much cash on hand as Angle.