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Gubernatorial candidates for Missouri's Aug. 4 primary, whose campaign finance information was reported in Thursday's News Tribune, were not the only candidates for statewide office to submit quarterly campaign finance reports this week — reports also came in from lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer and attorney general candidates.

Lieutenant governor

Incumbent Republican Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe will face fellow Republicans Arnie C. AC Dienoff, Aaron T. Wisdom and Mike Carter in the primary.

Kehoe's campaign reported receiving $148,239.38 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $1,633,252.94 for the election.

Dienoff's campaign reported receiving $1 for the quarter — a loan to self — for a total receipt of $1 for the election.

The Missouri Ethics Commission did not display quarterly reports for Wisdom or Carter's campaigns.

The Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor are Gregory A. Upchurch and Alissia Canady.

Upchurch's campaign reported receiving $0 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $1,050 for the election.

Canady's campaign reported receiving $47,578.49 for the quarter, for a total receipt of the same for the election.

Secretary of state

Incumbent Republican Jay Ashcroft and Democrat Yinka Faleti are unchallenged for their parties' primary elections.

Ashcroft's campaign reported receiving $20,065 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $440,639.82 for the election.

Faleti's campaign reported receiving $154,326.01 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $337,935.93 for the election.

State treasurer

Incumbent Republican Scott Fitzpatrick and Democrat Vicki Lorenz Englund are unchallenged for their parties' primary elections.

Fitzpatrick's campaign reported receiving $27,250 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $426,787.17 for the election.

Englund's campaign reported receiving $31,293.38 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $80,076.93 for the election.

Attorney general

Incumbent Republican Eric Schmitt is unchallenged for his party's primary election.

Schmitt's campaign reported receiving $90,575.85 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $976,218.30 for the election.

There are two Democratic candidates, Rich Finneran and Elad Gross.

Finneran's campaign reported receiving $79,974.47 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $246,609.68 for the election.

Gross' campaign reported receiving $37,289.47 for the quarter, for a total receipt of $184,098.24 for the election.

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