Sen. Wendy Davis’ high profile abortion filibuster is translating into campaign finance funds. Davis’ campaign announced Monday that the Democrat raised nearly $1 million in the last two weeks of June.

Most of that money came from individual contributions. The campaign says more than 15,000 different people donated to the Davis campaign and almost half money came from contributors outside the state.

Davis is contemplating a run for governor, but has not made any official announcement yet. The Dallas Democrat  would have to give up her Senate seat, should she decide to run for the state’s top office.

She would also face a formidable financial foe in Attorney Greg Abbott. Abbott, who announced his candidacy yesterday, has almost $23 million in his campaign war chest. Nearly $5 million of that was raised after the end of the June 17 fundraising moratorium.