Republican Aaron Martin has raised more money, but spent less, than opponent Ann Perry in their Aug. 7 primary race for Moniteau County associate circuit judge, based on campaign finance reports filed July 30 with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
Perry has raised a total of $20,642.68, including $15,455 she gave to herself.
She received $4,550 since July 1, including $3,150 from herself.
Perry also received a $200 donation from Landon Worthey, and two $100 contributions from Delinda Fitch and Harvey Tettlebaum.
She's spent a total of $19,446.01, including $5,011.73 in the last month.
Her largest expense during the month was a $2,118.54 payment to Tarradel EDDM Services of Glen Allen, Virginia, for direct mail advertising.
She also spent $1,126.73 in newspaper advertising.
Perry reported having $424.17 cash on hand on July 30, when the "8 days before election" report was due.
Martin, the incumbent, has raised a total of $22,198.64, including $260 since July 1, with Brian Ash donating $160 during the month.
Martin has spent a total of $12,817.79 during the campaign, including $1,455.02 in July.
His largest expense in July was newspaper advertising, with a total of $1,043.45 paid to the California Democrat and Tipton Times.
He reported having $3,408.64 money on hand on July 30.
In the race for Moniteau County Presiding Commissioner, Republican Mac Finley has outraised and outspent Johnny Reichel, in the primary race.
Finley raised a total of $4,047.13, including $1,451 during July.
The "Elect Mac Finley" campaign has donated $2,800 of the total, including $800 in the last month.
He's spent a total of $3,630.83, including $1,570.06 in July — with $1,052.10 spent for radio and newspaper advertising.
Finley reported having $416.30 money on hand on July 30.
Reichel has received a total of $2,665 during the campaign, including $1,325 in July.
He's donated $1,200 to himself, all during July. Randy Weiser of Kearney, Missouri, also donated $125 during the month.
Reichel spent a total of $2,588.27, including $1,476.02 in July — with $1,348.25 of that for newspaper ads.
Reichel reported having $106.73 money on hand.