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CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Boone County Public Administrator October Quarterly Reports

Monday, October 15, 2012 | 11:55 p.m. CDT; updated 8:24 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Compare how much candidates have raised with the graphics below, based on October Quarterly Reports filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission. Figures show money raised and spent and top five contributions this period. Click links below to view each individual campaign finance report.

Compare how much candidates have raised with the graphics below, based on October Quarterly Reports filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission. Figures show money raised and spent and top five contributions this period. Click the candidate's names below to view each individual campaign finance report.

Candidates for Boone County Public Administrator are:

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October Quarterly Report totals, shown here, reflect contributions received by Sept. 30, which include all previously received totals this year. Contributions include money from committees, businesses and individuals, as well as in-kind donations.

For more reporting on each candidate, go to this race’s page in our Voter’s Guide.


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