The Nodler Leadership PAC received $22,200 during the final three months of 2006, according to the quarterly report filed Monday with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
The PAC spent $11,825 during the quarter, leaving it with $11,850.98.
The biggest contributor was the Hunte Corporation of Goodman, which made three contributions totaling $10,000. Eagle-Picher, Joplin contributed $7,500.
Others contributing included: St. John's Family PAC, Joplin, $1,000; Missouri Dental Hygienist PAC, $300; Missouri Assisted Living PAC, $650; Dwight and Bonnie Douglas, Joplin, $1,500; BSNF Railway, Fort Worth, Texas, $600; Rural Telecommunications PAC, $650.
The PAC contributed the maximum to the campaigns of the following incumbent representatives: Ron Richard, R-Joplin, Marilyn Ruestman, R-Joplin, Ed Emery, R-Lamar, Bryan Stevenson, R-Webb City; and Steve Hunter, R-Joplin. Ten thousand dollars was donated to the Senate Majority Fund.