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Sink grabs $525k in first post-primary report

UPDATE: Rick Scott's numbers are in: $43k during the period and $53k in in-kind donations.

Alex Sink raised $525,000 in the first campaign finance report to come out after the Aug. 24 primary. The report covers 10 days from Aug. 25 to Sept. 3. Sink's haul leaves her with just more than $5 million in the bank.

All of the other reports from statewide candidates are in -- except for that of Rick Scott. Compared to other Cabinet candidates, Sink did pretty well. The next highest totals are Dan Gelber's $206,000 (though half of that is from matching funds and a Democratic Party check) and Adam Putnam's $171,000. All of the other statewide officials pulled down less than $100k in the week-and-a-half after the election.

Stay tuned for the totals from the Scott campaign.

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