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Morgan County campaign finance reports show lull in activity

by Anna Campbell | October 20, 2022 at 4:00 a.m.

Many of the unopposed incumbent candidates running for Morgan County offices do not have campaign committees listed on the Missouri Ethics Commission website, and those that do have committees have seen little campaign finance activity in the months leading up to the election.

Aimee Worthley, a Republican incumbent, is running for Morgan County clerk. The Missouri Ethics Commission website shows Worthley's candidate committee reports list limited activity for the last reported period, April 1-June 30, and the aggregate contributions or expenditures didn't exceed $500.

Rhonda Campbell, a Republican running for Morgan County treasurer, has brought in a total of $7,132.97 this election, none of which was received during the last reporting period, from Aug. 28-Sept. 30. She has spent $3,150 so far and has no money on hand as of this last reporting period.

The Missouri Ethics Commission website does not show an active committee for: Kenny Haden, a Republican candidate for circuit judge; J. Stephen Grantham, a Republican candidate for associate circuit judge; Tony Stephens, a Republican candidate for presiding commissioner; Monica Cable, a Republican candidate for circuit clerk; Nancy Boles, a Republican candidate for recorder of deeds; Dustin Dunklee, a Democrat candidate for prosecuting attorney; and Kathy Francis, a Democrat candidate for collector. All of the candidates are unopposed.

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