By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Kentucky Democrat Jack Conway reported Tuesday he surpassed Republican Rand Paul in second-quarter fundraising in their race for a U.S. Senate seat but needed to loan his campaign hundreds of thousands to reach the $1.4 million mark.
Kentucky GOP Senate candidate Rand Paul once opposed building a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border because it would remind people of the Berlin Wall, but now he says he would support it if that's what it takes to stop illegal immigrants from sneaking across.
"Jack Conway was in favor of the Bush tax cuts when they first passed [in 2001 and 2003], and he's in favor of extending the Bush tax cuts now," said spokeswoman Allison Haley.
Conway spokeswoman Allison Haley suggested as much in a campaign statement that in part said, "The successful fundraising effort on the heels of winning the primary is a clear message that voters want a senator who will bring accountability to Wall Street and Washington."