Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik’s re-election campaign on Monday announced having raised more than $450,000 in the third fundraising quarter of 2020.

Democrat Tedra Cobb, who is once again seeking her party’s nomination to challenge Stefanik in the sprawling North Country House seat, has raised $250,000 during the same period.

The 21st congressional district is expected to be in the spotlight again next year in the battle for control of Congress. Stefanik has held the seat since 2014.

The incumbent GOP lawmaker has nearly $1.3 million in cash on hand for her re-election bid over the next year.

“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,” she said. “I look forward to continuing to build our tremendous grassroots network of volunteers and supporters, and to winning in 2020.”

Stefanik’s campaign said $95,000 was raised for E-PAC during the third quarter, with nearly a half-million dollars raised since it was relaunched. The PAC has contributed $125,000 to two dozen Republican women running for office.

Cobb, meanwhile, has $500,000 in cash on hand and reported two-thirds of overall contributions came from inside the district and 85 percent from in side New York. She raised money from 1,935 individual donoars and has not received money from corporate PACs.

“I am proud of the support we have received,” she said.

“People are tired of the gridlock in Washington and Congresswoman Stefanik is part of the problem. Stefanik has spent her career in DC climbing the partisan political ladder and supporting policies that hurt Northern New York families. She voted to kick 64,000 people off their healthcare, to gut protections for people with pre-existing conditions and supports privatizing Social Security and Medicare to benefit her corporate donors.

The differences between us couldn’t be more clear. 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. ”