U.S. Rep. Lee Terry’s campaign reports raising $1.86 million for the 2012 election cycle in a report filed today with the Federal Election Commission.

The report shows Terry’s campaign as having $276,312 in cash on hand on September 30.

For the quarter, Terry’s campaign raised $489,739.  For the full election cycle Terry has raised $1,863,513.

The report covers the period of July 1 through September 30.

“Our campaign has continued to receive the financial support of individuals and supporters throughout the second district,” said Dave Boomer, Terry’s campaign manager.  “We are on track to meet all of our fundraising goals for the cycle and this will enable us to fully fund all major tactics that we need to undertake in the final weeks of the race.”

The $276,312 in available cash is in addition to a substantial amount of television ad time that has already been purchased by Terry’s campaign.

Terry is ahead of the fundraising pace he set in 2010, a race he won by 20 points.  That year, Terry had raised $1.68 million by September 30, 2010.