In 2016, Missouri gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens received $40,000 from Betsy and Richard DeVos. Betsy DeVos has been confirmed as the U.S. secretary of education.
In 2016, Missouri gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens received $40,000 from Betsy and Richard DeVos. Betsy DeVos has been confirmed as the U.S. secretary of education. File photo by Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
In 2016, Missouri gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens received $40,000 from Betsy and Richard DeVos. Betsy DeVos has been confirmed as the U.S. secretary of education. File photo by Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

Greitens campaign received money from DeVos family, top school choice donors

May 30, 2017 09:00 AM

UPDATED May 30, 2017 01:33 PM

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