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Posted at 9:36 a.m. on May 31, 2013
Several members of Congress, PACs and health care groups have moved funds to Jason Smith (R-Mo.) for Missouri’s 8th District Special Election on June 4th.
Smith has reported last-minute contributions from the Health Care Leadership Committee ($1,000); Health Education and Learning PAC (1,000); American Hospital Association PAC ($2,500); Boeing Company PAC ($2,500); the American Council of Engineering Companies PAC ($3,000); Centene Corporation PAC ($1,000); Commerce Bancshares Inc. PAC ($1,000); the Association of Kentucky Fried Chicken Franchisees Inc. PAC gave $1,000; and Peabody PAC ($5,000). Frederick Palmer (senior vice president, Peabody Energy) also gave $2,600.
Prosperity PAC, the leadership PAC of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), gave $5,000. The Good Fund of Rep. Robert Goodlatte (R-Va.) gave $1,000. Jobs, Economy and Budget Fund, the PAC of Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), gave $5,000. GOP Generation Y Fund, the PAC of Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), gave $5,000. Rep. Steve Stivers’ (R-Ohio) campaign committee gave $1,000.
Smith reported raising $509,919 through 5/15. View his campaign’s financial profile. Smith is running against Steve Hodges(D-Mo.) who reported raising $228,501 through 5/15. View his campaign’s financial profile.
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