Monday, July 31, 2006

Champion, Harpool file eight-day reports

After only a mild increase in her campaign account during the last quarterly report, 30th District Sen. Norma Champion, R-Springfield, has picked up the pace during the past month.
Her eight days before the election report, filed today with the Missouri Ethics Commission, shows $13,450 in contributions, giving her $125,692.39 in her account.
She reported spending $1,447.40 with $1,000 of that going to Thompson Communications, Marshfield.
Ms. Champion's largest contribution, $3,000 from the Seventh District Congressional Republican Committee. She received maximum $650 contributions (committees are allowed to donate more money) from the following:
Missourians for Mayer, Dexter; Bootheel Leadership, Dexter; District 5 Missouri Health Care Association PAC, Jefferson City; Crowell for Senate, Cape Girardeau; Missouri Hospital Association Central District PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Time Sales Service, Inc., Jefferson City; Nodler Leadership PAC, Joplin; Missouri Bankers Association Truman Region PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Bankers Association Gateway Region PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Bankers Association Pony Express Region PAC, Jefferson City; and Missouri Bankers Association Mark Twain Region PAC, Jefferson City.
She also received $600 from the Missouri Energy Development Association Continuing Committee, Jefferson City; and $500 from Edison Schools, Inc., New York.
Challenger Doug Harpool, D-Springfield, a former state representative reported receiving $7,850 during the past month and spending $1,882.25, leaving him with $45,076.14.
Harpool received six maximum $650 contributions: Missouri AFL-CIO, Jefferson City; Pipefitters Voluntary PAC, St. Louis; Electrical Workers Voluntary PAC, St. Louis; United Transportation Union PAC, Jefferson City; Safer Families for Missouri,Jefferson City; Tolbert, Beadle, Musgrave, LLC, Springfield.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Last report Champion had two maximum contributions from AB the beer people. This time she has money from the "7th Congressional Republican Committee" which was transfering some of the $50,000 Altria (the tobacco comany) contributed. So why is a 73 year old right wing Evangel Professor and widow of an Assembly of God minister getting tobacco and alcohol money??? Because she does what the lobbyists tell her to do of course. I wonder how the powers in the Assembly of God like Norma's new friends.