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.