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Keahey outraises, outspends Joyner

Marc Keahey has outspent Danny Joyner by $46,000 in their campaign for state Senate District 22, according to campaign finance reports filed recently.

Keahey has also outraised Joyner by nearly $88,000 and has a campaign war chest of almost $255,000.

Keahey, D-Grove Hill, is the incumbent, having served the remainder of late Sen. Pat Lindsey’s term. He and Joyner faced also each other in a special election last year.

Keahey reported contributions of $91,000 during the most recent reporting period.

— Automobile Dealers Association of Alabama, $2,500

— Georgia-Pacific, $1,000

— Alabama Power Co. Employes State PAC, $2,500

— Clarke County Democratic Executive Committee, $2,500

— Community Bankers Association PAC, $5,000

— ALA-TOM Committee, $5,000

— Capital Resources PACA, $1,000

— SAVE PAC, $2,000

— Alabama AFL-CIO PAC, $2,500

— Alabama Medical PAC, $5,000

— Alabama Optometric PAC, $2,500

— Tommy Chapman, $2,500

— William D. Melton, $2,500

— Farm PAC, $5,000

— Alabama Builders PAC, $5,000

— SEA-PAC, $2,500

— Retailers of Alabama PAC, $3,000

— Fight Back for Justice Fund, $5,000

— State Farm Agents and Associates of Alabama, $5,000

— Alabama ANA-CRNA PAC, $4,000

Keahey reported expenditures of $50,188, most of it in polling costs and advertising.

Joyner reported contributions of $3,510 during the reporting period, with expenditures of $4,066, most of it in advertising costs.

Contributers to Joyner’s campaign included two political action committees, ABC Merit PAC with $1,000 and ALFA PAC with $1,000.