Team Obama and the Democrats seemed pretty pleased with their impressive $181 million fundraising total for the month of September, and particularly proud that 98 percent of their campaign donations were raised through smaller donations of $250 or less. The Romney campaign released their own September fundraising totals in an e-mail this afternoon, and it looks like they’re not doing too shabbily themselves:

Today, Romney for President, Romney Victory, and the Republican National Committee announced fundraising totals of over $170.4 million in September. The campaign, RNC and state party participants have approximately $191 million cash on hand. …

FAST FACTS About Romney For President, Romney Victory, and RNC Fundraising:

·         Over $170.48 Million Raised In September

·         93.1% Of All Donations Received In September Were $250 Or Less

·         $43.15 Million Raised By Donations Under $250 In September

·         1,011,773 Donations Received Under $250 In September

·         Approximately $191.23 Million Cash On Hand

·         Contributions Received From All 50 States And Washington, D.C.

With only three weeks left to go, both camps will surely be burning through their cash stores with down-to-the-wire ad blitzes and campaigning, so get excited for that. Romney blowing Obama out of the water during the first presidential debate at the start of October certainly won’t be a detriment to any last-minute fundraising efforts for the month and will probably prove to have been a catalyst for any unsure potential donors to get crackin’, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the money just keeps on rolling in — especially if Romney can deliver another knockout performance this Tuesday night in New York.

Addendum — Yep: