Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chris King raised $265,411 in February for his campaign and his political committee combined, his campaign announced Thursday.
The campaign raised $201,091 during the month and his political committee Rise and Lead raised $64,350, according to his campaign.
Official reports have not yet been posted by the Florida Secretary of State. Through the end of January the campaign had raised just over $2 million and through February 15 Rise and Lead had raised just over $1.2 million.
King’s campaign is announcing Thursday that it and the political committee have now raised a grand total of $3,492,133, and have a combined total of $1,760,061 left in the bank.
“Our campaign continues to build momentum as voters hear Chris’s message of fresh ideas and new leadership to take on the corrupt culture in Tallahassee,” Campaign Manager Zach Learner stated in a news release. “Chris’s bold progressive values are standing out in this wide-open race and our strong financial support shows our message is resonating with the voters.”
King faces former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum in the Aug. 28 Democratic primary for the nomination to run for governor.