SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — He’s not polling well and now there is word that his campaign contributions are falling too.

When Beto O’Rourke first announced his candidacy back in March, he was one of the top fundraisers in the crowded field of Presidential hopefuls.

In fact, during the first 24 hours after his announcement, he managed to raise more than $6 million. That amount jumped to $9.4 million in less than 3 weeks.

But the fundraising juggernaut is slowing down. O’Rourke’s campaign is reporting $3.6 million has been raised in the last three months.

Meanwhile, the other Presidential candidate from Texas is seeing a spike in campaign contributions. Former HUD Secretary and Mayor of San Antonio Julian Castro’s campaign says its second quarter fundraising totals are $2.8 million. That brings the cycle total to $4.1 million through the end of the second quarter.

SAN ANTONIO, TX – JANUARY 12: Julian Castro, former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary and San Antonio Mayor, announces his candidacy for president in 2020, at Plaza Guadalupe on January 12, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. If successful, Castro would be the first Hispanic candidate to win the White House. (Photo by Edward A. Ornelas/Getty Images)

That’s more than double first quarter fundraising.  Castro’s performance in the first Democratic candidates debate helped.

The campaign raised $1.7 million and in the four days following the debate raised another $1.1 million. The average contribution was $22.

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