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Congressional campaign finance summary for Missouri

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A review of campaign financial reports shows Missouri candidates for the U.S. House and U.S. Senate have raised nearly $39 million, spent over $33 million, and had $7.2 million cash on hand.

In the race to replace retiring Republican U.S. Sen. Kit Bond, U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt continued to lead over Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan.

Blunt, a Republican, raised $11 million compared to $9.6 million for Carnahan, a Democrat, according the latest reports from the Federal Election Commission.

Blunt spent $9 million and Carnahan spent $8.7 million.

Blunt also had an edge with cash on hand to left to spend.

Blunt had $2.3 million compared to $913,000 for Carnahan.

Races for U.S. House in Missouri

// Oct. 2010 Federal Election Commission Candidate Summary for Missouri

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