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There appears to be no end.

Yesterday at the Missouri Ethics Commission:

CONTRIBUTION OF MORE THAN $5,000.00 RECEIVED BY ANY COMMITTEE FROM ANY SINGLE DONOR – TO BE FILED WITHIN 48 HOURS OF RECEIVING THE CONTRIBUTION

C001135 JAY NIXON FOR MISSOURI [pdf] 12/9/2010

Thomas A. McDonnell

4909 Sunset

Kansas City, MO 64112

DST Systems, Inc., CEO

12/7/2010

$10,000.00

Dollar, Burns & Becker

1100 Main Street, Ste. 2600

Kansas City, MO 64105

12/7/2010

$12,500.00

MHA HealthPAC

PO Box 60

Jefferson City, MO 65102

12/7/2010

$15,000.00

Cerner Corporation

2800 Rockcreek Parkway

Kansas City, MO 64117

12/7/2010

$25,000.00

Polsinelli Shughart

700 West 47th St.

Kansas City, MO 64112 12/7/2010

$10,000.00

Enterprise Holdings, Inc. PAC

600 Corporate Park Drive

Saint Louis, MO 63105 12/8/2010

$10,000.00

[emphasis added]

That’s $82,500.00 in one day, if you’re counting. And $318,066.66 in December. And $615,566.66 since the November general election.

Apparently the hypothetical possibility of a Peter Kinder (r) administration is sufficiently frightening to shake loose big bucks from people with deep pockets.

Previously:

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? – part 6 (December 8, 2010)

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? – part 5 (December 7, 2010)

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? – part 4 (December 2, 2010)

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? – part 3 (November 30, 2010)

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? – part 2 (November 23, 2010)

As if contributions still come in if you’re not running for reelection? (November 19, 2010)

Campaign Finance: not quite keeping up with the Kinder (r)… (November 9, 2010)