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…same lack of transparency.

Today at the Missouri Ethics Commission for republican PACs from republican PACs:

C161307 10/25/2016 MISSOURI FREEDOM PAC Republican Attorneys General Association 1747 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite 800 Washington DC 20006 10/25/2016 $200,000.00

[emphasis added]

That’s $3,288.000.00 from a Washington, D.C. PAC since August pushing for a republican Attorney General for Missouri.

C161011 10/25/2016 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION – MISSOURI REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION 1747 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. NW STE. 250 WASHINGTON DC 20006 10/24/2016 $1,000,000.00

[emphasis added]

That’s $11,600,000.00 for the latter PAC so far this year. That’s a lot of republican interest from Washington, D.C. about who should become Missouri’s next governor.

Still, we have no idea who wrote the check(s) to fund these PACs. Waiting for any pass through…

Previously:

Josh Hawley (r) – October 2015 Quarterly Campaign Finance Report (October 18, 2015)

Campaign Finance: actual experience doesn’t matter if you have enough money – part 2 (August 24, 2016)

Campaign Finance: the $2,000,000.00 (and counting) candidate (September 4, 2016)

Campaign Finance: nothing exceeds like excess (September 26, 2016)

Campaign Finance: just passing through, again (September 29, 2016)

Campaign Finance: it is going to end up somewhere (September 30, 2016)

Campaign Finance: and it did (October 2, 2016)

Josh Hawley (r) – Attorney General – October 2016 Quarterly Campaign Finance Report (October 17, 2016)

Campaign Finance: New Jersey? (October 19, 2016)

Campaign Finance: we can guess (October 22, 2016)

Campaign Finance: deep pockets (October 24, 2016)