[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/09/04/art.obama.thursday.jpg caption="Sen. Obama spoke about change in Pennsylvania Thursday."]
(CNN) - Barack Obama's campaign for president has raised $10 million since Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin spoke Wednesday night, the campaign announced, calling it a "one-day record."
Palin, the governor of Alaska, launched harsh attacks on Obama, accusing him of being two-faced and a political lightweight with no significant legislative accomplishments.
"Coverage of the Palin attacks on the news this evening just pushed us over $10 million," Obama spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in an e-mail to reporters Wednesday night.
The Republican Party announced earlier in the day it had raised $1 million in the wake of Palin's speech.
(Update with new fundraising total)