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As of July 1, May reported $43,486 in campaign contributions, many from non-local Political Action Committees. Political observers predicted that May's contributions during the month of July could top $80,000. (As of press time, July's number had not yet been posted by the secretary of state.) Here's a list of his biggest contributors, as of the July 1 reporting period:

Jones International Corporation (Englewood, Colo.-based): $5,000

Construction Cooperative Corporation (Englewood): $2,000

Colorado Interstate Gas (Colorado Springs): $1,500

Colorado Energy Education (Colorado Springs): $1,500

Farmers Employee and Agency (Colorado Springs): $1,500

National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (Virginia): $1,000

COIN Political Action Committee (Denver): $1,000

Homebuilders Association of Colorado Springs: $1,000

Remonks Construction (Colorado Springs): $1,000

Marc Holtzman (Colorado Springs): $1,000

COORS Political Action Committee (Golden): $750

Colorado Springs Auto Dealers PAC: $700

HOST Political Action Committee (Denver): $500

Life Underwriters PAC (Denver): $500

Colorado Cable Television (Denver): $500

Colorado Cable TV Association PAC (Henderson, Colo.): $500

Colorado Committee of Auto Retailers PAC (Denver): $500

Colorado Petroleum Marketer (Wheatridge, Colo.): $500

Concerned Associated Employees PAC (Dallas): $500

Colorado Employee Rights PAC (Denver): $500

USAA Political Action Committee (San Antonio): $500

Colorado Employee Rights Coalition PAC (Denver): $500

Tierdahl Construction Company (Colorado Springs): $500

Jon Whitney (Colorado Springs): $500

Carl Williams (Denver): $500

Tom Rhue (Colorado Springs): $500

Ralph Nagel (Denver): $500

Joel Midkiff (Colorado Springs): $500

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