(CNN) - Embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's (D-Nevada) campaign raised just under $2 million in the 3rd fundraising quarter and has $4 million on hand according to a Federal Election Commission report filed Friday.
The campaign of Reid's challenger, Tea Party backed Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle, touted earlier this week it had raised more than $14 million in this quarter.
In a statement the Angle campaign confirmed she too had $4 million on hand at the end of the quarter. They also said she raised $3 million in the first 13 days of October and $300,000 in the first 24 hours after she debated Reid Thursday night.
"We vastly out-raised Reid's special interest money with our grassroots support and have all the momentum going in into the home stretch," Jarrod Agen, Angle's Communications Director said in a statement.
Both campaigns have spent millions on TV ads in the campaign - how much each one has left could be crucial in the final weeks leading up to the election.
Another battleground for the two will be who can get their supporters to the polls since early voting begins in the state on Saturday.
Several polls released this week show the candidates are neck and neck.