LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on campaign fundraising reports filed in the Nevada Senate race (all times local):

1:30 p.m.

Nevada Rep. Jacky Rosen has raised $1.2 million for her campaign next year to try to unseat Republican Sen. Dean Heller.

The Democratic congresswoman on Monday announced her fundraising report for July through September, which shows her bringing in $100,000 more than Heller in the same time frame.

Heller still finished the quarter with more money in his campaign account. Heller's latest Federal Election Commission report shows he has $4.2 million to spend.

Rosen has $1.2 million.

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11:55 p.m.

New fundraising reports show Nevada Sen. Dean Heller has $4.2 million in his campaign fundraising account as the Republican prepares to fend off a primary challenge and Democrats hoping to turn his seat blue next year.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Heller's campaign filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission showed the senator raised $1.1 million from July through September, putting his account just over $4 million.

Freshman Democratic Rep. Jacky Rosen is seeking Heller's seat, and Republican businessman Danny Tarkanian says he plans to challenge Heller in the GOP primary.

Heller is viewed as one of the Senate's most vulnerable Republican incumbents partly because he's the only one up for re-election in a state President Donald Trump failed to carry last year.

Rosen and Tarkanian's most recent fundraising reports have not yet been posted with the FEC.