(CNN) – One week after winning Florida's Republican gubernatorial nomination, Rick Scott's getting some big names to join him on the campaign trail in hopes of healing some deep party rifts.
The Republican Governors Association and the Scott campaign confirm to CNN that Scott will team up Tuesday with RGA Chairman and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in Miami and Jacksonville as part of a unity tour following a bruising primary.
Scott, a multi-millionaire former health care executive, spent around $50 million on his primary bid, beating Florida Attorney General and former congressman Bill McCollum for the GOP nomination. McCollum is refusing to endorse Scott.
Following a statement in the hours after Scott's victory that barely mentioned the candidate, the RGA released a statement from Barbour the following day that praised Scott as "an outsider with years spent in the private sector creating jobs is the type of experience Florida voters are looking for."
Scott will face off in November's general election run against Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, the Democratic nominee, and independent candidate Bud Chiles, son of Former Florida Gov. and Sen. Lawton Chiles.