Gov. Rick Scott says he matched Bill Nelson‘s three-month fundraising haul in three weeks

Gov. ’s campaign says it has hauled in as much cash in three weeks as his opponent, Democratic U.S. Sen. , raised in the first three months of this year.

Scott, a Republican, collected $3.2 million in individual contributions since he to unseat the three-term incumbent senator, according to his campaign.

Nelson’s campaign recently trumpeted it had raised the same amount in the first quarter of 2018. He finished the quarter with $10.5 million in his campaign war chest.

The contest is expected to be one of the most high-profile and expensive in the country.

Scott’s fundraising total doesn’t include any of his own contributions, according to the campaign. Scott poured $86 million of his own fortune into his 2010 and 2014 bids for governor.

In his most recent financial disclosure with the state, Scott reported a net worth of nearly $150 million in 2016.

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