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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.

Presiding Commissioner

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.

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