Ben Chandler Raises Nearly $400,000 In Second Quarter

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/10/2012 2:22 pm
Democratic incumbent Congressman Ben Chandler of Versailles raised nearly $400,000 in the second quarter for his re-election campaign, according to a news released from Chandler's campaign.

The release said the $397,614 is the most ever raised in a second quarter for Chandler and leaves his campaign's cash-on-hand flush at $1,345,663.

The release said during the second quarter, 543 individual donors and 619 donors overall made a contribution to Chandler's campaign.

Chandler's chief opponent in the November General Election will be Republican challenger Andy Barr, who Chandler narrowly defeated in the last election.
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