Just not in the direction you think.
Today at the Missouri Ethics Commission for the Rex Sinquefield-centric anti-earnings tax campaign committee:
C161039 03/02/2016 VOTE NO ON THE E-TAX Rex Sinquefield 244 Bent Walnut Westphalia MO 65085 Retired 3/1/2016 $618,306.00
That’s an interesting large number.
The committee is new:
C161039: Vote No On The E-Tax
Committee Type: Campaign
308 East High Street Suite 301
Jefferson City Mo 65101 Established Date: 02/18/2016
Ballot Measure History
Ballot Measures Election Date Subject Support/Oppose
Proposition E 04/05/2016 Shall The Earnings Tax Of 1% Imposed By The City Of Stlouis Be Continued For A Period Of 5 Years Commencing Jan 1 Immediately Following The Date Of This Election/City Of St Louis Oppose
Question 1 04/05/2016 Shall The Earnings Tax Of 1% Imposed By The City Of Kansas City Be Continued For A Period Of 5 Years Commencing Jan 1 Immediately Following The Date Of This Election/City Of Kansas City Oppose
Earnings Tax Issues 08/02/2016 Campaign Agains Any And All Earnings Tax Issues/Statewide Oppose
Earnings Tax Issues 11/08/2016 Campaign Against Any And All Earnings Tax Issues/Statewide Oppose
The one man effort to screw over Kansas City and St. Louis continues.
Oh, and that $40.00? We can’t figure out where that came from:
Missouri Ethics Commission
M.E.C. ID NO. C161039 [pdf]
PURPOSE: Form Addendum should be used for explanation of any additional information needed to complete an accurate filing of this report.
Deposit required for opening bank account.
MO 300-1325 (10-06) ADDENDUM STMT
There’s no indication in the report where that $40.00 came from.
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