Sunday, July 15, 2007
Nodler receives $5,350 during second quarter
Sen. Gary Nodler, R-Joplin, received $5,350 during the second quarter, according to documents filed today with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
The money came from only four sources, according to the report. The senator received $2,500 from the Missouri Health Care Association, Jefferson City, $2,000 from Supporters of Health Research and Treatments, St. Louis; $500 from Coventry Health Care of Kansas, Inc., Kansas City; and $250 from MPGA Propane PAC, Jefferson City.
Nodler had $102,560.06 in his account at the beginning of the quarter, and spent $18,614.78, leaving him with $89,295.28. Of the $18,614.78, $13,579 went to Campaign Compliance, LLC, Joplin, with $11,000 of that total going for "consulting" and the rest for publications. Records on file with the Missouri Secretary of State's office show Campaign Compliance LLC was formed April 5, with David Anderson as agent, and an address of 2650 East 32nd Street.
Among Nodler's remaining expenditures were $1,000 to the Missouri Southern Foundation, $250 to MSSU Athletics, $118 for Joplin Rotary Club dues, $200 to Spiva Center for the Arts, $1,000 to Dempsey for the Senate, St. Charles; $500 to Missourians for Gibbons, St. Louis; $500 to Citizens for Ridgeway 2008, Smithville; $500 to Engler 08, Farmington; and $300 to Friends of Stevenson, Webb City.