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NEA PAC Spends $500K on Missouri Governor’s Race

The National Education Association’s political action committee will add $250,000 to its previous contributions to the campaign of Democrat Chris Koster for governor of Missouri, bringing the national union’s total to $500,000. Missouri NEA’s state PAC has also contributed $100,000 to Koster’s campaign.
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