PHOENIX, October 23 – Michelle Reagan this week has reported receiving $100,000 in large-dollar contributions, according to a pair of reports she’s filed with the secretary of state’s office. The reports of contributions of at least $1,000, which are required during the final weeks before the election, show that $70,000 went into Reagan’s general election campaign account. A second report shows that $30,000 was given to her primary campaign account. Reagan campaign consultant Kyle Moyer told our reporter his client has actually banked $140,000 in the past two days. “And there’s more coming,” he said. He attributed the late rush of cash to Reagan’s concerted efforts to raise money to compete with the publicly funded Terry Goddard, and said it took so long for the fundraising work to pay off because of a sense of complacency among would-be supporters. Moyer added that Reagan’s campaign went back up on television today, after being off the air for a few days, and will increase its ad buy next week.