Campaign finance report shows gap

Required campaign finance reports Kansas senators and representatives filed Tuesday show Sen. Rick Wilborn far ahead of Representatives John Barker and Don Schroeder.

Wilborn has raised $27,834.17 in campaign contributions and so far spent $7,293, according to a campaign finance report he filed Tuesday.

Donations from individuals amount to $1,500, donations from businesses amount to $5,500, donations from political action committees amount to $10,900, donations from out of state amount to $9,750, and unitemized in-kind donations amount to $184.72.

The money Wilborn has spent includes $98 for printing, $459 for newspaper, $1,000 for reimbursement, $100 for party, $2,168 for miscellaneous expenses, and $3,468 for consultants.

Schroeder has raised $6,250 in campaign contributions and so far spent $1,000, according to his campaign finance report.

Donations from individuals amount to $800, donations from businesses amount to $51,100, donations from political action committees amount to $2,350, and donations from out of state amount to $2,000.

Barker’s campaign finance report has raised $15,194.38 in campaign contributions and so far spent $6,279.

Donations from individuals amount to $1,250, donations from businesses amount to $2,500, donations from political action committees amount to $6,550, and donations from out of state amount to $4,750.

Last modified July 28, 2016

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