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Associated Press, Published May 31 2012

ND Gov. Dalrymple says he's raised $1.3 million for election campaign

BISMARCK — North Dakota Republican Gov. Jack Dalrymple says he's raised more than $1.3 million for this year's election campaign.

Dalrymple filed his campaign disclosure report with Secretary of State Al Jaeger's office Thursday.

The report says Dalrymple raised $530,000 from January through May 23. He's collected $1.35 million in contributions since he started his campaign.

The report says Dalrymple has about $1 million in his campaign treasury.

Dalrymple is opposing Democratic state Sen. Ryan Taylor in the governor's campaign.

He's running his first race for governor after spending a decade as lieutenant governor during former Gov. John Hoeven's administration. Hoeven is now in the U.S. Senate.

Taylor's contribution report wasn't immediately available.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.