South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison's campaign announced on Sunday that it had raised $57 million last quarter, smashing the previous quarterly fundraising record for a Senate race.
The previous record had been set by Beto O'Rourke in 2018 at $38.1 million from July through September for a Senate race in Texas.
Harrison's campaign said it received 1.5 million donations from 994,000 donors at an average of $37 per donation. The campaign has brought in $86 million total.
"This campaign is making history, because we're focused on restoring hope back to South Carolina," said a Harrison spokesperson.