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.