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It’s nearing the end of the fundraising quarter.

Today at the Missouri Ethics Commission for Eric Greitens’ (r) 2016 gubernatorial campaign:

C151053 12/28/2015 GREITENS FOR MISSOURI Donald and Catherine Sanders 2700 Covington Place Estates Town and Country MO 63131 Nightline Express, Inc. CEO 12/26/2015 $10,000.00

C151053 12/28/2015 GREITENS FOR MISSOURI Mark and Patty Mantovani 19 Dromara Rd. St Louis MO 63124 Ansira Executive 12/26/2015 $5,500.00

C151053 12/28/2015 GREITENS FOR MISSOURI Mike Swann 3850 S. National Suite 705 Springfield MO 65807 Swann Dermatology Doctor 12/26/2015 $5,001.00

[emphasis added]

Well, they can all vote in the primary. That’s progress.

Update:

Girding.

C151053 12/28/2015 GREITENS FOR MISSOURI Bernard Marcus 1266 West Paces Ferry Road #615 Atlanta GA 30327 Retired Philanthropist 12/28/2015 $25,000.00

[emphasis added]

Can’t vote in the primary.

Previously:

Campaign Finance: Why the difference when there is no difference? (September 30/October 2, 2015)

Campaign Finance: it’s like a campaign contribution, only smaller – part 19 (December 9, 2013)

Campaign Finance: Junior! (December 10, 2013)

Campaign Finance: going back to the well (December 11, 2015)

Campaign Finance: diversity (December 15, 2015)

Campaign Finance: it’s always sunny in Springfield (December 16, 2015)

Campaign Finance: it’s like a campaign contribution, only smaller – part 20 (December 17, 2015)

Campaign Finance: a never ending flow (December 18, 2015)

Campaign Finance: Is $10,000.00 the new $5,001.00? (December 21, 2015)

Campaign Finance: it’s like a campaign contribution, only smaller – part 21 (December 23, 2015)