Republican incumbent for the 54th District Gary Dusenberg doesn’t have much competition when it comes to raising money.

Republican incumbent for the 54th District Gary Dusenberg doesn’t have much competition when it comes to raising money.

Neither of his opponents – Democrat Gary Matzeder or Libertarian Bobby Foster – raised or spent money for their campaigns since January, according to the Missouri Ethics Commission.

According to the eight-day-before election reports filed Oct. 26, Dusenberg had $42,696.45 on hand at the start of the reporting period, which began Oct. 1.

On Oct. 26, Dusenberg reported having $48,186.45 on hand. In total, Dusenberg reported receiving $6,490 in contributions in the October period, the majority of contributions being $100 or less.

The following list of amounts and contributers for Dusenberg goes back to Jan. 1, 2008.

$100 – Missouri AFL-CIO; Heavy Construction, Kansas City.

$200 – Missouri State Troopers Association, Jefferson City; Charles Burris, Blue Springs; Blue Springs Recycling Center, Grain Valley; Western Missouri Shooter Alliance, Kansas City; Robert Hertzog, Lee’s Summit; Missouri Beer Wholesalers Association; Steven Gialde, Blue Springs.

$225 – J Andrew Design, Kansas City; Owner Operator Independent Driver’s Association, Jefferson City.

$250 – QuikTrip; OOIDA, Grain Valley; Ameristar Casino, St. Charles; PAC Missouri State Chiropractors Association, Jefferson City; Ameristar Casino Kansas City; Missouri School Administrators PAC; Missouri School Administrators, Jefferson City; Steve Jacobs, Grain Valley.

$267 – Jenifer Dusenberg, Blue Springs.

$300 – Glaxo Smith Kline, Philadelphia, Pa.; WF Dixon, Blue Springs; Shelter Insurance PAC, Columbia; Missouri Rental Dealers Association, Jefferson City; Motor Carrier Public Affairs, Jefferson City; George Parkins MC, Prairie Village;

$325 – Comcast; Missouri State Council, St. Louis; Missouri Independent Bankers Association; Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainman, Missouri; HCMA Good Government Fund, Jefferson City; Penn National Gaming, Wyomissing, Pa.; Credit Union PAC Committee, St. Louis; Burns and McDonnell Engineering, Kansas City; AGC of St. Louis; Missouri Insurance Coalition, Jefferson City; Bufford Farrington, Independence; Rich-Mar of Kansas City, Blue Springs; Laborers Local 264, Kansas City; Freedom of Road Riders, Bates City, Mo.; HCA Missouri Good Government Fund, Jefferson City; Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers, Jefferson City; Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, Leawood; Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City; Union Pacific Railroad, Omaha; Missouri Medical PAC; AGC of St. Louis PAC, St. Louis; Missouri Rental Dealers Association; MBA State PAC, Jefferson City; MBA Truman Region PAC, Jefferson City; Taxpayers Unlimited Inc., Kansas City; Missouri State Teachers Association, Columbia; Heavy Construction Laborers, Kansas City; Anheuser-Busch COS, Inc., St. Louis; Missouri Law Enforcement, Jefferson City;  GWI Investments, Grain Valley; George Rentfrom, Independence; Kenneth Landes, Blue Springs; Home Building Industry, St. Louis; American Family Insurance, St. Joseph; Partners for Leadership, John D. Hancock, Treasurer; Missouri Independent Bankers Association; Wes Condron, Blue Springs; Isle of Capro Casinos, St. Louis; Karl Sigler, Blue Springs; Victor Consentino, Kansas City; Allen Lefko, Grain Valley;

$350 – American Family Insurance, St. Joseph, Mo.; HSBC North America, Mettawa Ill.; MHA PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Medical PAC, Jefferson City;

$400 – Freedom of the Road Riders Inc.; Taxpayers Unlimited, Kansas City; August A Bush of MASS; Realtors PAC, Columbia;

$500 – AMECPAC, Jefferson City; Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, Leawood; Hallmark Cards, Kansas City; Downtown Council PAC, Kansas City;

$1,000 – Union Pacific Railroad, Omaha; BNSF Railway Company, Fort Worth, Texas.

The 54th District includes portions of Blue Springs south of Interstate 70 and most of Grain Valley and Oak Grove as well as portions of unincorporated Jackson County.