Now that Chris Koster has finally agreed to follow the law and return all
contributions over the voter imposed limits, its time for him to return his
sham contributions from the Republican money machines,² said Donnelly. ³If
you are running in a Democratic primary, you should not be financed by a
Blunt administration crony whose agenda is to end public education.²
Koster has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in questionable bundled
contributions from Blunt ally Rex Sinquefield. These contributions were
washed through campaign committees with the clear intent of circumventing
campaign finance laws.
³Candidates for Attorney General should be held to a higher ethical
standard. His actions and those of his supporters should raise serious
doubts amongst Democratic voters² concluded Donnelly.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Donnelly: Give Sinquefield's money back, Chris
Attorney General candidate Chris Koster, D-Harrisonville, has agreed to give up any contributions he received over the $1,275 limit, but that is not enough, his primary opponent Rep. Margaret Donnelly said in a news release issued today: