Republican congressional candidate Chele Farley’s campaign on Monday reported raising more than $200,000 in the days since she declared her plans to run for the Hudson Valley seat.

Farley’s fundraising total does not include personal donations or loans, her campaign said.

“I am very pleased with the response I have received on my Congressional campaign. It is clear that voters are concerned with Sean Patrick Maloney’s embrace of socialist policies like the Green New Deal,” said Farley. “People have strongly responded by pledging over $200,000 to the campaign in the first week.” This total does not include any donations or loans from the candidate.

Farley is running for the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic incumbent Sean Patrick Maloney in a district has been a battleground seat in previous election cycles.

Maloney won a fourth term last year. His campaign reported raising $217,000 in the first quarter and has $137,000 in cash on hand.