with at least $5,500 to spend, according to his eight-days-before-election report filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
The report shows Bartosh had only $38.95 in his campaign account at the end of June, but raised $6,134 during the first three weeks of July and spent $664.95, leaving him with $5,508 in the bank.
Bartosh's biggest contributor, giving $1,000 apiece, were Frank Bartosh and Phillip Camerer, Neosho. Giving $500 were Steve Beimdiek and Jim Woestman and U. S. Assets Recovery, Joplin.
Kevin Checkett, Carthage, and Tony Williams, Carthage, contributed $200 and $150, respectively.
Bartosh received $2,234 in contributions of $100 or less, according to the report. He paid $664.95 to Davis Advertising for signs.
Bartosh's opponent, former Joplin R-8 Board of Education member, Mike Landis, has not filed his eight-days-before-election report. The reports are due by midnight tonight.