Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) has raised $18.5 million for his reelection campaign, according to figures tallied by the Tampa Bay Times.
Scott's political organization Let's Get To Work posted the 2,600 donors (and counting) online.
A former health care executive, Scott spent more than $73 million of his own money in his 2010 campaign, prompting headlines like "Rick Scott Buys, Er, Wins Florida Governor Race."
In the years since, he's become one of the most unpopular governors in the country. A recent poll clocked a 33 percent approval and 55 percent disapproval rating for the Republican governor.
“Gov. Scott’s going to need a lot of money to convince people that he’s not the guy they think he is and already don’t like,” said Dan Gelber, a Democrat and former Miami Beach state senator and candidate for attorney general, told the Palm Beach Post. “He is going to have to create a new fiction – and that’s going to be costly.”
Here are some of the more notable contributors to Scott's reelection campaign, from when he took office in January 2011 through the end of last month, according to Let's Get To Work: