Those events, Sept. 24 in St. Louis, Oct. 18 in Dallas, and Oct. 19 in Washington, D.C., accounted for $40,050 of the $277,285 Tomblin raised at events during the reporting period, or about 14 percent of his total.
Additionally, out-of-state contributions accounted for $16,000 of the $74,325 that Maloney raised at eight in-state events.
That included contributions from executives of Antero Resources, a shale oil natural gas production company based in Englewood, Colo., which accounted for $4,500 of the $12,500 total raised at an Oct. 12 event in Ellenboro.
Likewise, $4,500 of the $21,350 raised at Maloney's biggest fundraiser during the period, Oct. 19 in Morgantown, were from contributors from Kansas, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.
It is not uncommon for candidates to hold individual campaign contributions in order to count them toward total amounts raised at campaign fundraising events.
Additionally, four of the six individual contributions to Maloney that were in excess of $250 -- which requires disclosure of the donor's name, address and profession -- were from out of state, accounting for $3,000 of the $3,800 in total contributions in that category.
Maloney campaign spokesman Kent Sholars could not be reached for comment Tuesday, while Tomblin campaign spokesman Chris Stadelman declined comment.
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