BOSTON (AP)- U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch has raised $1.5 million since January in his pursuits of a U.S. Senate seat.
His campaign announced Sunday that Lynch ended the fundraising period that ran from Jan. 1 through April 10 with $514,000 in the bank.
A campaign spokesman tells The Boston Globe that Lynch was on track to raise another $1 million before the April 30 primary.
Lynch's campaign said 93 percent of donors were from Massachusetts.
The other Democratic running, U.S. Rep. Edward Markey, has not yet released his fundraising totals for the last three months. Markey had more than $3 million in the bank at the end of 2012.
None of the three Republicans in the race - Gabriel Gomez, Michael Sullivan, and Daniel Winslow - has yet released fundraising totals.
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