Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik on Tuesday announced she had raised $500,000 in the second fundraising quarter of 2019, bringing her cash on hand total to $1 million.

Democratic candidate Tedra Cobb, meanwhile, reported raising $356,595 and has $377,955 in the bank for her second bid for the sprawling North Country House district.

Stefanik is seeking re-election to a fourth term in the House of Representatives, running in what has been in previous cycles a closely watched district that Democrats have sought to compete in since the election of Democrat Bill Owens.

“I’m grateful for such overwhelming support for our campaign to continue delivering real results for families and small businesses across the District,” Stefanik said.

“This record level of support reflects my independent record of always putting the North Country first, and of reaching across the aisle to deliver real results for our district.”

Cobb is making her second bid for the seat after winning a crowded Democratic primary last year to challenge Stefanik in the 2018 general election.

“I am proud of the support we have received,” said Cobb in a statement.

“The momentum we are building proves that voters are sick of business as usual in Washington. I have spent 30 years fighting for Northern New York families, whether it was to expand access to health care, lower the cost of prescription drugs, or as a volunteer firefighter. Congresswoman Stefanik has spent her career in DC supporting policies that help the large corporations that fund her campaigns at the expense of the very families I’ve spent my life fighting to protect.”