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The fundraising continues. Today, 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] 4/20/2011

Bank of America Political Action

Committee

800 Market Street 15th Floor

Saint Louis, MO 63101

4/19/2011

$10,000.00

[emphasis added]

Contribution in Excess of $500 Received Within 48 Hours

C091145 FRIENDS OF PETER KINDER 4/20/2011

Bobbie Kilberg

6703 Wemberly Way

McLean, VA 22101

NVTC President & CEO

4/20/2011

$1,000.00

Donald Fierce

1155 F St NW Ste 950

Washington, DC 20004

Fierce Isakowitz & Blalock Executive

4/20/2011

$1,500.00

[emphasis added]

Hmmm. Out of state.

NVTC?:

Bobbie Greene Kilberg

President & CEO

Northern Virginia Technology Council

Bobbie Kilberg is President and CEO of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), a position she has held since September 1998. NVTC is the largest technology council in the nation with about 1,000 member companies employing 200,000 people in the Potomac region….

….Bobbie Kilberg has sought elected political office twice in Virginia, in 1987 as the Republican candidate for the State Senate and in 1993 as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor….

And a lobbyist (via the Center for Responsive Politics):

Fierce, Donald L (individual profile)

Lobbyist

Fierce, Isakowitz & Blalock

Employment History

1996- Fierce, Isakowitz & Blalock

1993-1996 Repubilcan National Committee

Director of Strategic Planning

1990-1993 National Environmental Strategies

Co-Founder Client lobbying profile

1976-1979 Atwater, Lee

Consultant

1976-1976 Ford for President

Regional Campaign Director

1973-1975 General Services Administration

Professional Staff

1970-1970 Baker, Lamar

Campaign Manager

1970-1973 Powell, Walter

Legislative Assistant

1969-1970 Broyhill, James T

Aide/Staff

Still, to keep up with Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) numbers the Lieutenant Governor is gonna have to hope a random billionaire somewhere will kick in a really big check.