Friday, August 12, 2016

Big money pours into attorney general race

A total of $300,000 was contributed to candidates for attorney general today, according to 48-hour filings with the Missouri Ethics Commission.

The biggest contribution, $200,000 to Democratic candidate Teresa Hensley, came from the CHIPP Political Account, St. Louis. Republican Josh Hawley received $100,000 from Ronald Cameron, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Republican candidate for governor Eric Greitens picked up two oversized contributions- $25,000 from William Darr, Springfield, and $10,000 from Glenn Larson, Strafford.

Greitens' general election opponent, Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster, received $10,000 from St. Louis attorney David Zevan.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hawley received $100,000 from someone in Arkansas? Interesting