At an event in St. Petersburg, Scott unveiled the support of 55 of the sheriffs who help lead law enforcement in the state’s 67 counties.
While he is a favorite to win a second term, Curry does have opposition.
With Attorney General Pam Bondi facing term limits after two terms, White, former Judge Ashley Moody and state Rep. Jay Fant are running for the Republican nomination.
Moody has Bondi’s support and, with Grady now behind her, has the support of 40 sheriffs across the Sunshine State.
Despite the endorsement, Manjarres does not have an open shot at the Republican nomination.
Earlier this week, Scott unveiled the support of 55 of the sheriffs who lead law enforcement in all 67 counties across Florida.
Harris insisted that the stakes are high in the Sunshine State with control of the Senate at stake in Florida.
Graham is running in an increasingly crowded field as billionaire Jeff Greene jumped in the Democratic primary earlier this month. Other candidates include Levine, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum and Central Florida businessman Chris King.
The move comes as no surprise as Grimsley led the Senate Agriculture Committee in this year’s session.
More than a third of likely Republican primary voters--34 percent--remain undecided.