Candidates in the November election had until 5 p.m. Monday to turn in October quarterly reports.
ABC 17 News dug through the documents, which detail contributions and expenditures from July 19 – Sept. 30, for the U.S. Senate race, Auditor race and State House races.
U.S. SENATE RACE
According to the documents, Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat, brought in $7 million in contributions, while spending $11 million.
Her Republican challenger, Attorney General Josh Hawley, raised $2.5 million, which included some events with President Donald Trump.
McCaskill’s campaign also took in nearly $600,000 from July 1-July 18. Hawley’s campaign brought in about $170,000 during that period.
STATE AUDITOR RACE
The state auditor is Missouri’s only statewide election this year.
Reports show Democrat Nicole Galloway raised $204,000, but has more than a million dollars to spend from now until November.
Her Republican challenger, Saundra McDowell took in $38,000 for her first significant fundraising since the election cycle started.
MISSOURI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ABC 17 News also looked at the reports for State House races in Boone County.
According to the filings, Sara Walsh (R-Ashland) raised the most money in September with $16,000.
Walsh’s challenger, Michela Skelton (D-Ashland), raised the most for a democrat at $10,000.
Between the two is Representative Chuck Basye (R-Rocheport), who brought in $13,000.
The election will be held on Nov. 6.