State records show theCivic Council
has given another $100,000 to the campaign for the half-cent health research sales tax in Jackson County.J.E. Dunn
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has given $100,000 as well.
That means the supporters’ committee — theCommittee for Research Treatments and Cures
— has collected roughly $410,000.
At the same time,Brad Bradshaw
of Springfield has given his committee another $56,000 on top of the $50,000 he’s already donated.
Bradshaw opposes the sales tax.
Total fundraising now exceeds half a million dollars, with two months to go before the election.
More money is coming.