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Examiner
  • Lievsay raises about $5,700 for District 31 race

  • Chris Lievsay, candidate for District 31 of the Missouri House of Representatives, has raised less than his opponent, Rep. Sheila Solon. The primary is Aug. 7.

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  • Chris Lievsay, candidate for District 31 of the Missouri House of Representatives, has raised less than his opponent, Rep. Sheila Solon. The primary is Aug. 7.
    According to financial disclosure statements filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission, Lievsay had $515.11 on hand at the beginning of the April quarterly reporting period. He has raised $5,748.18 during the election cycle and has spent $4,140.37.
    Most of Lievsay’s expenditures have been for campaign T-shirts, advertising, postage, office supplies and filing fees.
    Below are contributions made to Lievsay’s campaign.
    In-kind donations – Kwik Kopy Printing, Blue Springs, $420.
    Donations less than $100 – $719.
    $100 – Mary Ann Potter, retired, Blue Springs.
    $150 – Betty J. Hall, retired, Blue Springs.
    $200 – Lori K. Stone, retired, Lake Tapawingo, Mo.; Global Surveillance Solutions, Sand Springs, Okla.; Evelyn L. Van Horn, retired, Grain Valley; and Mary Potter, retired, Blue Springs.
    $250 – Kimberly Gabriel, homemaker, Sand Springs, Okla.; Global Surveillance Solutions, Sand Springs, Okla.; and Eyecare Management Company, L.L.C., Raytown.
    $350 – Donna Lievsay, retired, Tulsa, Okla.
    $455.18 – Keeping Blue Springs Safe, Blue Springs.
    $500 – Consentino Food Stores, Kansas City.
     
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