Galloway, the lone Democrat holding a statewide office, brought in $117,259 for the July cycle. Parson, on the other hand, raked in nearly $120,000. Both also spent similar amounts this cycle: Galloway spent a little more than $45,000 whereas Parson spent about $42,000.
Still, Galloway significantly trails Parson when it comes to cash on hand; Galloway reported nearly $133,000 to Parson’s $1.15 million.
Meanwhile, Parson’s Uniting Missouri PAC reported more than $2.8 million cash on hand with nearly $649,000 coming in this quarter.
Of the other statewide elected officials, Attorney General Eric Schmitt has the most cash on hand with about $511,026. Following is Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft with nearly $254,000; Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe with nearly $221,000; and State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick with nearly $176,000.
Elad Gross, the Democrat challenging Schmitt for attorney general, reported more than $25,600 cash on hand.
Additionally, state Sen. Scott Sifton — who recently declined a gubernatorial bid after months of speculation — reported nearly $317,000 cash on hand in the July quarterly filings. Sifton has endorsed Galloway for governor and is still expected to launch a campaign for statewide office.
Sifton’s PAC, Show Me Leadership, reported having more than $8,800 cash on hand in the latest filings. It brought in more than $7,200 just this quarter.
Former Gov. Eric Greitens reported more than $704,000 cash on hand in the July filings. He brought in just over $1,000 this cycle but spent more than $113,000. His total indebtedness for this cycle was nearly $102,000.
Greitens campaign committee spent more than $79,600 in legal fees this quarter. He also appeared to spend some change on out of state travel with less than $35 going toward tolls and convenience store purchases in New Jersey in June.
The campaign also has a new treasurer, Jack Neyens.
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Kaitlyn Schallhorn was the editor in chief of The Missouri Times from 2020-2022. She joined the newspaper in early 2019 after working as a reporter for Fox News in New York City.
Throughout her career, Kaitlyn has covered political campaigns across the U.S., including the 2016 presidential election, and humanitarian aid efforts in Africa and the Middle East.
She is a native of Missouri who studied journalism at Winthrop University in South Carolina. She is also an alumna of the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C.
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