New reports of how much money candidates or potential candidates for Governor give a clear edge to the incumbent. Bob Holden’s latest campaign finance report shows he has $2.3-Million on hand and owes less than $20,000 in campaign debt. State Auditor Claire McCaskill, who will announce next week if she will challenge Holden in next year’s primary election, has $1.3-Million on hand. But more than one-quarter-million of her dollars are loans she has made to her own campaign. The likely Republican candidate, Secretary of State Matt Blunt, reports he has $1.2-million dollars on hand. He has out-raised both Holden and McCaskill in the last three months.