JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri’s appointed state treasurer held a major fundraising benefit over his challenger getting into the ultimate month of the marketing campaign.
Republican Scott Fitzpatrick, who was sworn in to the workplace in January 2019, reported having $376,666 in his private marketing campaign account. A separate political motion committee supporting him reported having $165,130 as of Oct. 1.
That compares with the $7,328 Democrat Vicki Englund had in her account, in keeping with stories filed with the Missouri Ethics Fee.
Regardless of the distinction, Englund, a former state consultant from south St. Louis County, spent extra throughout the newest fundraising quarter.
Information present Englund raised $30,538 and spent $60,508. Fitzpatrick spent $7,656.
The 2 are vying for a down ballot statewide post that oversees various monetary applications inside state authorities.
Fitzpatrick, 33, served three phrases within the Missouri Home, together with two years because the chairman of the Home Price range Committee. Gov. Mike Parson appointed the Cassville resident to the submit after Eric Schmitt was picked to be lawyer basic after the resignation of former Gov. Eric Greitens.