Roy Moore's Democrat rival, Doug Jones, has been bringing in around $250,000 a day in donations since the first sexual misconduct allegations against Moore were reported last week.

According to anonymous sources who spoke to NBC News, the allegations against Moore have added power to Jones' online fundraising to "Ossoff-level money." That is a reference to failed Georgia special election Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff, who brought in $30 million in donations before losing his contest in June.

Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., has raised $135,000 on Jones' behalf, an aide told NBC News, while other top Democrats, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Kamala Harris of California, and Tim Kaine of Virginia have asked their online donors to support Jones.

Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee and the Senate GOP campaign arm have both cut Moore off, pulling out of a joint fundraising agreement following the explosive reports.

Many of the latest polls show that Jones is leading Moore by significant margins.

The special election, to fill Alabama's vacant U.S. Senate seat, is set for Dec. 12.