Rep. Adam Schiff has raised a staggering $8.1 million in the second quarter of his campaign to replace Sen. Dianne Feinstein, according to his campaign. This is the largest amount ever raised by a U.S. Senate campaign during an off-year election cycle.

In a tweet, Schiff stated, “When I say we are a grassroots campaign, I mean it! Last quarter, we raised over $8.1 million – with an average contribution of just $34. We’re in this fight together – and I’m so grateful to have you on this team.”

Schiff is running against fellow California House Democratic Reps. Barbara Lee and Katie Porter for Feinstein’s seat.

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Adam Schiff at San Francisco Pride

Rep. Adam Schiff announced a record-breaking fundraising haul in the second quarter of his bid for Senate in California. (Getty Images)

Schiff’s prominent role in former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment and his accusations of Trump colluding with Russia have gained him national recognition. Despite attempts by Republicans to punish him through censure, Schiff’s support in California has only grown. His campaign now has over $29 million in funds.

After serving as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Republicans removed Schiff from the panel when they took power in the chamber this year.

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