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November 05, 2004


Cost of Maag/Karmeier race

Also per the same Post-Dispatch article: "The race set a national record in campaign contributions for a judicial contest," with the candidates raising comparable amounts, $4,301,156 for Karmeier and $4,231,664 for Maag.

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