Rep. Bryan Stevenson, facing no opposition in either the primary or general elections this year, raised $8,355 during July, according to his eight days before primary report filed today with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
Stevenson reported spending $4,418.26, leaving him with $8,296.81.
Those contributing the maximum $325 were:
Missouri Medical PAC; HCA Missouri Good Government Fund, Missouri Criminal Lawyers PAC, Jefferson City; Freeman Physicians Group PAC, Joplin; Pfizer (Drue Duncan, lobbyist); MOSFA PAC, Ford Motor Company Civil Action Fund; NHS Management LLC, Joplin; Steve Garner, Springfield; Henry & Henry, West Plains; Kenneth Vuylsteke, Eureka; Onder, Shelton, O'Leary and Peterson; Missouri Freedom, Jefferson City; Law Offices of Palmer Oliver, Springfield; T. Jones, Shawnee Mission, Kan.; Timothy L. Brake, Fairway, Kan.; Grant L. Davis, Kansas City
Stevenson reported receiving $400 from Community Support Services.