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The campaign finance reports for the Attorney General candidates from the Missouri Ethics Commission:

C121078: Missourians For Adam Warren

Information Reported On: 2012 – July Quarterly Report

Beginning Money on Hand $10,026.36

Monetary Receipts + $8,415.44

Monetary Expenditures – $12,579.20

Contributions Made – $0.00

Other Disbursements – $0.00

Subtotal     ($4,163.76)

Ending Money On Hand   $5,862.60

[emphasis added]

That republican primary could have a sleeper.

And, the republican who is everywhere on our TV sets:

C121046: Missourians For Ed Martin

Information Reported On: 2012 – July Quarterly Report

Beginning Money on Hand $300,271.19

Monetary Receipts + $400,525.48

Monetary Expenditures – $121,526.11

Contributions Made – $0.00

Other Disbursements – $14,885.65

Subtotal     $264,113.72

Ending Money On Hand   $564,384.91

[emphasis added]

It just goes to show that republican candidates will always have the money they need, no matter how right wingnut they are.

An item from the expenditures:

ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES OVER $100 SUPPLEMENTAL FORM

MISSOURIANS FOR ED MARTIN 7/16/2012

Something Else Strategies 112 Lantern Ridge Drive Easley SC 29642 4/20/2012 Consulting Fee $5,000.00

[emphasis added]

Probably a choice of vendor, with no sense of irony. On several levels.

An item from the contributions:

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED – SUPPLEMENTAL

MISSOURIANS FOR ED MARTIN 7/16/2012

David Humphreys PO Box 4050 Joplin MO 64803 Tamko Building Products — Executive

5/31/2012 $250,000.00

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As we wrote, it just goes to show that republican candidates will always have the money they need, no matter how right wingnut they are.

And from the current Attorney General, Chris Koster (D):

C031159: Missourians For Koster Information Reported On: 2012 – July Quarterly Report

Beginning Money on Hand $2,009,737.71

Monetary Receipts + $555,980.61

Monetary Expenditures – $205,917.92

Contributions Made – $0.00

Other Disbursements – $0.00

Subtotal     $350,062.69

Ending Money On Hand   $2,359,800.40

[emphasis added]

That’s impressive. It’d be easier to list who hasn’t contributed to Attorney General Chris Koster’s (D) reelection campaign.