(CNN) - Polls and pundits may have Republicans winning Senate seats in the November elections, but it's Democrats who are the recent money winners - the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) raised $27 million in the last three months, according to a statement released Friday.
Over $15 million of that total was raised in September, a figure that trumps the $8.3 million the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) raised in the same month, according to their statement.
"Democrats are increasingly unified and motivated in the final stretch of the midterm elections," J.B. Poersch, Executive Director of the DSCC said in the statement. "As Republicans nominate extremists who want to return to the failed Bush economic policies of the past, Democrats are ready to fight."
The statement released by the NRSC points out that September was the Committee's most successful fundraising month in at least 6 years.
But that number still leaves them trailing Democrats. The DSCC has $25.6 million in the bank and the NRSC has $19.2 million.
"We've always expected to be outraised and outspent by the Democrats," Rob Jesmer, Executive Director of the NRSC said. "The reality is that they've now been forced to abandon a number of their candidates on the campaign battlefield."
Jesmer pointed to continued "energy and enthusiasm" as a sign Republicans remain strong heading to Election Day.
So far during the midterm election cycle the DSCC has raised more than $101 million and the NRSC has raised $86.4 million.