Nancy Boyda's Chief of Staff can indeed not add.
Boyda raised about $137,000, $140,000 total income. However, despite what she told the newspapers, she only is reporting $152,078 cash on hand, a full $19,000 less than they said on the record to the reporters. Is it an honest mistake or did Boyda's Chief of Staff make up a little white lie to make the numbers sound better to the press?
Anyway, Boyda has no major expenditures of note. She still owes herself over $286,000. And, the salary for her finance director (the one who's been sending around her campaign missives) is missing. Either he's working for free or he's on her official office payroll or did she just not report the salary for this quarter? Where is Blake Johnson's salary?
Boyda raised $95,000 from individuals (roughly 75% from Kansas), only $21,500 from small dollar contributors, and $42,375 from PACs.
Ryun raised $171,500 and spent about $32,000 between the two campaign committees. He transferred $101,232 from his old account (to give him the $273,441 total income), received $99,494 from individuals (half of it came from donors who gave less than $200 - an impressive showing from small donors), and he raised $72,000 from PACs (most from former colleagues and their leadership committees).
Ryun's itemized contributions came from all over the country, but a majority of them were from Kansas. Typically, small donor contributions would break about 80/20 in-state versus out of state, so an educated guess puts Ryun's individual contributions as about two-thirds from Kansas.
That's the raw data. Look forward to the next quarter when I'll have three reports to break down.
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.