Friday, October 31, 2008

Another big money day for Nixon

The gigantic lead that Attorney General Jay Nixon has over his Republican opponent in the governor's race, Congressman Kenny Hulshof, continues to grow.

Twenty-four hour reports filed Thursday with the Missouri Ethics Commission show Nixon raking in another $116,581.91, while Hulshof reported $3,000.

Those contributing to the Nixon campaign were:

Simmons Cooper LLC, East Alton, Ill, $25,000; Jerome Wallach & Associates, St. Louis, $10,000; Missouri Hospital Association PAC, Jefferson City, $7,750; Ironworkers Political Education Fund, Washington, D. C., $20,000; Missouri Democratic State Committee, $11,881.92 (in-kind); Normal Mulye, Kendall Park, N. J., $7,000; Citizens for Responsible Health Care, $10,000; National Education Association Fund for Children and Public Education, $25,000.

Hulshof received $2,500 from Brian Underwood, St. Louis; and $500 from Michael Maurizi, Columbia.

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