Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Nodler Reports Raising $101,645

(Photo Courtesy: KSMU)
State Senator Gary Nodler reported raising $101,645 during the first month of his 7th District Congressional campaign, flexing the swift fundraising muscle of a Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman.
Nodler has exactly $100,000 and 93 cents on hand to spend, according to the second quarter report that's required to be filed by all candidates Wednesday. He first told The Notebook on June 30th he would raise right around that mark.

Notable Nodler contributors include: Stephen Plaster, Attorney/Developer Mark Gardner, GOP National Committeeman Lance Beshore & The Empire District Electric Company.
Auctioneer Billy Long, the only other 7th District candidate to have filed his report by late Tuesday, hauled in $101,700 during the last three months. He has $326,493 on hand to spend.

Notable Long contributors include: Investment advisor Nadia Cavner, John Gentry of Positronic Industries, Sam Hamra, auto dealer Ed Pinegar and attorney Dee Wampler.

2nd Quarter reports for State Sen. Jack Goodman, Greene County prosecutor Darrell Moore and college instructor Jeff Wisdom were not filed as of Tuesday night.

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