The main super-PAC supporting former Gov. Jeb Bush (Fla.) has raked in more than $103 million over the past six months, a historic figure that will likely dwarf the rest of the field.
The PAC announced the haul on its website on Thursday, noting that the group has more than $98,000,000 on hand. It's donations came from about 9,900 donors.
The news came just minutes after Bush's campaign announced it's official fundraising numbers: $11.4 million, an average of more than $700,000 for each day that he's been an official candidate.
While the top-line numbers from Bush’s campaign don’t blow his opponents out of the water, Ford O’Connell, a Republican strategist, told The Hill that it’s a strong report considering he raised it in only a fraction of the time compared to other GOP candidates.