Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama's re-election campaign says they brought in $43.6 million last month.
The campaign made their announcement early Wednesday morning on Twitter, saying "in April, #Obama2012 raised $43.6 million across committees. Thanks to everyone who pitched in."
The figure is down from the $53 million the re-election team raised in March. The money is divided between the re-election campaign, the Democratic National Committee and affiliated Democratic state parties.
The $43.6 million does not include the $15 million the campaign says they brought in last week at a fundraiser the president attended at the Los Angeles area home of actor and activist George Clooney.
The announcement did not indicate how much money the campaign has in the bank. As of April 1, the campaign had $104 million cash on hand. The campaign is also touting that nearly two million people have made donations to the campaign.
Obama raised nearly $750 million, a record-breaking figure, during the 2008 presidential election.