Republican former Rep. Claudia Tenney's campaign on Friday announced having raisied $300,000 in the final fundraising quarter of 2019, ending the reporting period with more than $286,000 in cash on hand. 

“I am so grateful for the outpouring of support for our campaign to hold Anthony Brindisi accountable in November and bring a fighter for Upstate New York back to Congress,” Tenney said. “This report reflects the momentum we have felt on the ground since launching in October and we will continue to build on one of the strongest grassroots operations in the country heading into November.”

Tenney's fundraising report comes as she has picked up endorsements from Republican committees in Herkimer and Madison counties. 

She is seeking the Republican nomination for a House district she lost to Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi last year after serving one term in Congress. 

Tenney faces Steve Cornwell, Franklin Sager and George Phillips for the GOP nomination.