ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A week from Election Day, the St. Louis County Executive candidates are neck-and-neck bank account-wise.
Incumbent Charlie Dooley had $140,000 more than challenger Steve Stenger on hand at the last report. After that report, however, Stenger wrote his campaign a check for $100,000, so now the two are about even going into the last week.
Stenger had a lower bank account balance at the last report because he’s spent more on TV advertisements, spending $529,000 versus Dooley’s $384,000.
Republican Rick Stream, meantime, has $129,000 dollars on-hand, plus a last-minute $100,000 donation from Rex Sinquefeld. Challenger Tony Pousosa has $5,600.
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