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Examiner
  • McDonald raises more than rival in District 28 battle

  • State Rep. Tom McDonald has raised far more money for this campaign cycle than his primary opponent, Democrat Patrick Riehle, of Raytown. McDonald is seeking re-election in the new District 28 seat in the Missouri House of Representatives. The primary is Tuesday.

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  • State Rep. Tom McDonald has raised far more money for this campaign cycle than his primary opponent, Democrat Patrick Riehle, of Raytown. McDonald is seeking re-election in the new District 28 seat in the Missouri House of Representatives. The primary is Tuesday.
    In January, McDonald had $7,083.91 on hand. According to the financial disclosure statements filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission, he has raised $30,416.83 this election cycle.
    McDonald has spent $15,657.09. He has spent much of that on office supplies, travel, printing, postage and items for his campaign volunteers. He also spent $4,118.50 with the Marvel Group in Lee’s Summit for design, printing postage and web services.
    Contributions McDonald has received:
    Less than $100 – $131.36.
    $100 – Missouri Democratic Party, Jefferson City, Mo.; MONA PAC, Jefferson City, Mo.; Teamsters Local 138 Political Action Fund, Kansas City; Denise Tripp, retired, Raytown, and Fred Dreiling, lobbyist, Kansas City.
    $150 – Sprinkler Fitters Local 268 Political Education and Legislative Committee, St. Louis, Mo.
    $200 – Teamsters Local Union No. 41, Kansas City; Joseph Treadway, lobbyist, St. Louis; and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen Missouri, Jefferson City.
    $250 – Supports of Health Research and Treatment, St. Louis; Life Sciences Fund of Greater Kansas City, Jefferson City; Ameristar Casino, Kansas City; Norfolk Southern Corporation, Norfork, Va.; Ameristar Casino, St. Charles, Mo.; IBEW Local Union No. 124 PAC, Kansas City; Roofers Local 20, Raytown; Missouri Dental PAC, Jefferson City; and John Mayfield, Independence.
    $300 – The AG MO PAC, Jefferson City; Missouri Association of Insurance Agents, Jefferson City; Friends of Steve Hodges, New Madrid, Mo.; Missouri Rental Retailers Association PAC, Jefferson City and Friends of Steve Hodges, New Madrid.
    $325 – United Transportation Union PAC, Jefferson City; and Home Builders Industry PAC, St. Louis.
    $350 – International Union of Elevator Contractors Local No. 3, St. Louis; MO BEV PAC, Jefferson City; and Johnson and Johnson Corporate Political Fund, New Brunswick, N.J.
    $400 – BNSF Railway Company, Fort Worth, Texas; and Taxpayers Unlimited, Kansas City.
    $500 – Missouri Medical PAC, Jefferson City; MO BEV PAC, Jefferson City; IBEW Local Union 1 PAC, St. Louis; Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, Leawood, Kan.; Pipe Fitters Local 533 Volunteer Political Fund, Kansas City; Heavy Contractors and Laborers Local Union 663 PAC, Kansas City; Anheuser-Busch Companies, St. Louis; Realtors PAC-Missouri, Columbia, Mo.; Hallmark Cards Inc., Kansas City; LeVota for Missouri, Independence; Ameristar Casino St. Charles, St. Charles; Ameristar Casino Kansas City, Inc., Kansas City; Safer Families for Missouri, Jefferson City; and Burns and McDonnell, Kansas City.
    $1,000 – Political Action Committee for Health, Jefferson City.
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