A non-profit affiliated with Sen. Marco Rubio's, R-Fla., super PAC has raised nearly $16 million and will expand its ad campaign against the Obama administration's nuclear negotiations with Iran.

In a statement Monday, the president of Conservative Solutions Project, Pat Shortridge, said the group will extend its "Bad Deal" advertisement given its tremendously successful multi-million dollar fundraising campaign.

"[W]ith more than $15.8 million raised already, Conservative Solutions Project is nearly two-thirds of the way to our overall fundraising goal," Shortridge said.

Shortridge says the revenue CSP has already earned will be used to extend its national cable ad highlighting Rubio's efforts to prevent a deal that conservatives believe would enable the development of nuclear weapons in Iran. The group has already spent $3.3 million on the "Bad Deal" advertisement to date.

"That deal would not prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons, it would all but guarantee that Iran gets those weapons — lots of them," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can be seen saying before Congress in the 60-second ad.

Both CSP and the Conservative Solutions super PAC are legally disconnected from Rubio's 2016 presidential campaign, but are predominantly backed and managed by supporters of the Florida senator.