Hillary Clinton's campaign for president says it raised $37 million over the past three months to support her bid for the Democratic nomination.
The campaign says that puts her total raised in 2015 to spend on the presidential primary campaign at $112 million.
The campaign released its fundraising totals for the fourth-quarter on Friday. Clinton's team also says she raised $18 million for the Democratic National Committee and state Democratic parties nationwide.
Heading into the January sprint toward the leadoff Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1, Clinton's campaign says it has nearly $38 million in cash on hand.
The Clinton campaign says more than 60 percent of its donors in 2015 were women.
Other campaigns that have reported fourth-quarter numbers include Ben Carson's, which raised $23 million, and Ted Cruz, which reported raising $19 million.