Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jeff Greene has put another $3 million into his campaign, bringing the total to $13.6 million since Greene entered the race last month, according to a newly filed finance report.
Greene, a Palm Beach billionaire, loaned $3 million to the campaign on July 16.
The $13.6 million includes loans and contributions from Greene, who has almost totally self-funded his campaign.
During an interview this week with The News Service of Florida, Greene didn’t put a limit on how much he will spend as he competes with fellow Democrats Andrew Gillum, Gwen Graham, Chris King and Philip Levine in the Aug. 28 primary.
“As of now, I know that I’ve probably spent a little more than Gwen Graham, less than Philip Levine,” Greene said. “There are only five weeks left, I don’t have any idea what it will take.”