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Mr. Paul’s campaign spokesman, David Adams, told the Associated Press on Thursday the campaign took in $1.1 million during the quarter that just ended. He declined to say how much cash the campaign has on hand.

The money includes totals from a Washington event sponsored by Sen. Mitch McConnell and a 24-hour Internet “Moneyblast.” The total from the past three months exceeds the amounts Mr. Paul raised in the previous two quarters.

Mr. Paul is running against Democratic state Attorney General Jack Conway for the seat of Republican Sen. Jim Bunning, who’s retiring. Mr. Conway’s spokeswoman did not immediately return a call seeking comment on Mr. Conway’s fundraising.

From wire dispatches and staff reports