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Examiner
  • Solon raises more than $63,000 for campaign

  • Rep. Sheila Solon has outraised her primary opponent, Republican Chris Lievsay of Blue Springs, during this campaign cycle. Solon is seeking re-election to the Missouri House of Representatives in the newly created 31st District. The primary is Tuesday.

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  • Rep. Sheila Solon has outraised her primary opponent, Republican Chris Lievsay of Blue Springs, during this campaign cycle. Solon is seeking re-election to the Missouri House of Representatives in the newly created 31st District. The primary is Tuesday.
    According to financial disclosure statements filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission, Solon had $24,341.83 on hand in January. She has raised $63,867.18 this election cycle and has spent $34,762.28.
    Among her largest expenditures was $6,447.02 to the Marvel Group in Lee’s Summit for campaign management and advertising. She also spent more than $6,000 on voter contact services through Axiom Strategies/Candidate Command L.L.C. in Kansas City.
    Below are donations made to Solon’s campaign.
    Donations less than $100 – $1,220.
    In-kind donations – Missouri Credit Union Association, Jefferson City, Mo., $281.50 (2 donations); Missouri Freedom, St. Louis, $690.
    $100 – Neil Chanter, attorney, Springfield, Mo.; Jeff Bauer, attorney, Springfield; J. Gregg, attorney, Springfield; Law Offices of Palmeoliver PC, Springfield; Robert Palmer, attorney, Springfield; Eyecare of Lee’s Summit, Lee’s Summit; Susan Scheetz, Realtor, Blue Springs; Erin Swanson, Blue Springs School District, Blue Springs; Nancy Shelly, First United Methodist Church, Blue Springs; Rick Brattin, contractor, Harrisonville, Mo.; David Tharp, salesman, Blue Springs; Jeanine Fletcher, human resources, Blue Springs; Blacksher Disposal Inc., Kansas City; C.A. Bender, businessman, Lindenhurst, Ill.; HRCC, Jefferson City; Thomas Evans, retired, Blue Springs; Gerald Carey, veterinarian, Blue Springs; John Rosendahl, retired, Blue Springs; Nancy Tharp, church secretary, Blue Springs; and Patrons to Elect Bart Korman, High Hill, Mo.
    $125 – Heavy Contractors Laborers Local 663 PAC, Kansas City; and Laborers Local Union No. 264 PAC, Kansas City.
    $150 – Matthew A. Turner, DDSPC, Blue Springs.
    $200 – Steve Garner, attorney, Springfield; Missouri Optometric PAC, Jefferson City; Robert Allen, ATK, Blue Springs; Ron Fowler, ATK, Blue Springs; Drab Scott, consultant, Lake Lotawana; Citizens for Hinson, St. Clair, Mo.; AMECPAC, Jefferson City; and Curt Dougherty, electrical contractor, Independence.
    $250 – Microsoft Corporation, Redmon, Wash.; Committee to Elect Mike Leara, St. Louis, Mo.; Corvette Specialists, Blue Springs; Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, Leawood, Kan.; Dollar, Burns and Becker, LC, Kansas City; Eleanor Frasier, retired, Blue Springs; Credit Union PAC, Jefferson City; Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association, Grain Valley; Corvette Specialists LLC, Blue Springs; AMECPAC, Jefferson City; Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce PAC, Kansas City; Jeanine Fletcher, Realtor, Blue Springs; Rural Telecommunications Committee PAC, Jefferson City; and MO BEV PAC, Jefferson City.
    $300 – Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Jefferson City; Kenneth Landes, businessman, Blue Springs; Meyer Music Co., Blue Springs; Missouri Association of Insurance Agents, Jefferson City; Committee to Elect Tom Flanigan, Carthage, Mo.; and Missouri NEA PAC, Jefferson City.
    $325 – Home Building Industry PAC.
    $350 – KCP&L Power PAC, Kansas City.
    $500 – MHA, Jefferson City; James Schearer, businessman, Blue Springs; C. Larence Kliebert, retired, Blue Springs; Ameren UE PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Freedom, Jefferson City; Patrick Starke, attorney Blue Springs; MHA PAC for Health, Jefferson City; Motor Carriers PAC, Eldon, Mo.; Mary Flynn, small business owner, Grain Valley; Missouri Medical PAC, Jefferson City; James Shearer, business owner, Blue Springs; Gregory Hensen, business owner, Blue Springs; Friends of Todd Richardson, Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors MO PAC, Leawood; Hallmark Cards Inc., Kansas City; Citizens for Riddle, Fulton, Mo.; Citizens for Timothy W. Jones, Eureka, Mo.; and Anheuser-Busch Companies, St. Louis.
    Page 2 of 2 - $1,000 – Citizens for Diehl, Town and Country, Mo.
    $1,500 – ATK Lake City, Independence.
    $2,000 – Envirostar Waste Services Inc., Blue Springs; and KC Hook Inc., Blue Springs.
    $2,500 – Missouri Freedom, Jefferson City.
    $5,000 – CNS Corporation, Kansas City.
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