Joplin attorney Shelly Dreyer, vying for the GOP nomination for 129th District state representative, raised $17,635.10. during the past quarter, according to her disclosure report, filed today with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
That amount is in addition to the $20,000 Ms. Dreyer loaned her campaign earlier this week. Her primary opponent, Tri-State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President Adolfo Castillo raised $1,500 during the past three months, all coming from a loan to himself.
Ms. Dreyer's top contributors were attorneys, the report indicates. She received $2,400 from Kansas City lawyer Greg Robb, $1,335.10 in-kind from her employer, Hershewe & Hershewe in Joplin, $1,250 from West Plains attorney Lynn Henry, and $100 apiece from Jim Peddicord, veterinarian, Odessa; Zane Cagle, attorney, St. Louis; John Page, attorney, St. Louis; Jerry Wells, retired MOARK official, Joplin; and Bob Langdon, attorney, Lexington.
Ms. Dreyer's biggest expenditures were $1,000 to Sunrise Media, Joplin, media consultant; and $920.36 to RLK & Associates, St. Charles, advertisement.