Saturday, July 22, 2006
Christian Health Care connection pays off for Wilson
Health care donors paid off handsomely for Rep. Kevin Wilson, R-Neosho, according to his quarterly report filed July 14 with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
Wilson received $5,215 in contributions during the three-month period ending June 30. Of that total, $2,600 came from the health care industry, with all but $325 of that amount coming from sources connected to Christian Health Care.
Wilson received the maximum $325 contributions from Christian Health Care Pharmacy, Christian Health Care Hospital, Christian Health Care Personnel Services, Larry Cole of Christian Health Care, and Jason Cole, who lists the same address as Larry Cole.
In addition, Wilson received maximum contributions from the District 7 Missouri Health Care Association and District 5 Missouri Health Care Association. The state treasurer for the Missouri Health Care Association is Pete Stayton of Christian Health Care.
Wilson also received $325 from the Freeman Physicians Group.
The disclosure report also showed Wilson receiving $165 from the 129th Republican Legislative District Committee,$325 from the Missouri State Teachers Association Legislative Improvement Committee and $325 from the Missouri Realtors PAC.
Wilson spent $4,480.59, leaving him with $26,539.12 in his campaign war chest.
His biggest expenditure was $1,834.10 to Willis Printing, Neosho, for campaign materials.