Marco Rubio's campaign reported a $14 million haul for 2015, topped off by what it called its strongest fundraising quarter yet.
Moving into the 2016 election year, the Florida senator has $10.39 million in the bank, after Marco Rubio for President raised a total of $14.19 million.
The campaign reported Sunday evening, one day before the start of the Iowa caucuses, that with the help of 93,000 donations from across the county, and over $5 million raised online in the final quarter of last year, it has enough funds to run over $8.14 million worth of television advertisements.
The campaign also filled its coffers with another $1 million in the early states since Rubio announced his campaign for president in April of 2015.
Rubio's campaign boasted in a press release Sunday evening that he is only candidate to have announced state chairman in all 50 states and that television junkies have probably seen Rubio's face the most, as he has spent more on TV ads than his rivals.
Documents filed with the Federal Election Commission show that Rubio's campaign took 431 Uber rides. The campaign also "spent enough fueling up at Chick-fil-A to have eaten 1,348 nuggets," according to the press release.
Earlier on Sunday, the main super PAC supporting Rubio, Conservative Solutions PAC, reported to the FEC that it raised $14.4 million in the second half of 2015, making a total haul of more than $30 million last year.