The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee seemed to taunt Republican Congressman Chris Collins on Tuesday for his modest fundraising effort so far this year.

According to his most recent federal campaign finance report, Collins has raised just a little more than $14,000 this year in contributions, the bulk of it coming in the last quarter. The congressman, meanwhile loaned his own campaign $500,000 this quarter raising his total cash on hand to more than $665,000.

“After raising zero dollars from a single human being in the first quarter of the year, Criminal Caucus Chairman, Chris Collins has loaned himself half a million dollars to keep his failing campaign afloat,” DCCC Spokesperson Christine Bennett said. “It’s clear Collins is prepping for a nasty primary. We wish him the best of luck.”

The Republican is awaiting a federal trial related to insider trading charges in February of 2020. He has not yet said if he will run again next year.

However, the multimillionaire indicated Monday on Twitter, if he does, money won’t be a problem.

“While I ultimately will make a decision about re-election later this year, every one of my campaigns has had the necessary resources to get my message out,” he said. “This one, should I run, will be no different.”

Current Republican state Senator Chris Jacobs has already officially announced his candidacy for New York’s 27th District. He reported raising nearly $450,000 in just six weeks.

Jacobs has also loaned his own campaign a hefty sum, to the tune of $325,000, putting his available cash at roughly three-quarters of a million dollars.