The campaign of Democrat congressional candidate Gina Ortiz Jones reported raising $1.7 million in the third quarter.
Jones has raised more than $5.7 million in total this cycle, according to the campaign.
A former Air Force captain and public servant, Jones is running to fill the retiring congressional seat of Republican Rep. Will Hurd.
During her first congressional bid in 2018, Jones came within a half of one percentage point from ousting Hurd.
Texas 23rd congressional district, which stretches from El Paso to San Antonio, is one of the most closely watched competitive races in Texas this cycle.
Last quarter, Jones outraised her opponent Tony Gonzales by a margin of more than three to one.
“With less than a month before Election Day, the energy behind our fight for working families in South and West Texas continues to grow,” Jones said in a prepared statement on Monday. “I am grateful to every one of the grassroots supporters who chipped in to our campaign, and I look forward to flipping this district and being a champion for hardworking Texans in Congress.”
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Fernando covers Texas politics and government at the Texas Signal. Before joining the Signal, Fernando spent two years at the Houston Chronicle and previously interned at Houston’s NPR station News 88.7. He is a graduate of the University of Houston, Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, and enjoys reading, highlighting things, and arguing on social media. You can follow him on Twitter at @fernramirez93 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org