Republican Mitt Romney raised 17-times as much campaign cash as Democrat Jenny Wilson during the last three months according to the latest financial disclosure forms.

Romney pulled in more than $2.4 million in campaign contributions from April to July. During the same period, Wilson tallied $141,204 in donations.

Overall, Romney has raised 4 1/2 times as much money as Wilson during the 2018 campaign cycle. Romney reports total donations of just over $3 million, while Wilson received $681,813. Romney's total includes $1 million left over from his unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign.

Not surprisingly, Romney has a massive cash advantage over Wilson as well heading into the final four months of the campaign. Romney has $1.2 million to Wilson's $84,281. That works out to a 14-1 cash advantage for the former GOP presidential nominee.

Among Romney's contributors are GOP megadonors Sheldon Adelson and Frank Vandersloot, and former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. He also pulled in donations from author Orson Scott Card, Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller, and former U.S. Secretary of State George Schultz. Romney also received donations from several members of Education Secretary Betsy Devos' family.

Mike Kennedy, who lost to Romney in July's GOP primary, spent $708,823 on the losing effort. Kennedy loaned his own campaign $413,143 in the losing effort while pulling in donations totaling $329,755.