Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham law professor running a Democratic primary challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is fundraising on Monday off the endorsement from the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women.

In an email sent to supporters earlier, Teachout notes she’s wracked up some victories in recent days, ranging from the decision to toss a challenge from the Cuomo re-election campaign to her ballot status to Sunday’s endorsement from the women’s group.

From the email:

“On Thursday, we beat Andrew Cuomo in court again. On Saturday, despite Cuomo’s behind the scenes lobbying, the NY Statewide Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) endorsed our campaign, and yesterday we were featured in the Sunday edition of the Daily News – then, this morning, another strong story in the New York Times,” the Teachout campaign says. “This kind of momentum doesn’t come easy–working with supporters like you, we’ve built an unprecedented grassroots campaign that can take us over the top. A recent poll showed that over 800,000 Democrats already know about our campaign–that’s not bad given that 750,00 people are expected to vote in the primary. I am deeply humbled by the outpouring of support we’ve seen and in awe when I think about how far we’ve come over the last two months.”

There’s only two weeks to go before the Sept. 9 primary and, with a debate between her and Cuomo unlikely, Teachout plans to debate Republican candidate Rob Astorino on WNYC radio on Sept. 4.