A slew of out-of-state concerns made last-minute contributions to New York Jobs Now, the 24-hour notices on the state Board of Elections show.

The groups include Missouri-based EPR Properties, which contributed $25,000.

Washington-based DRIVE Committee, an arm of the Teamsters, contributed a combined $75,000.

Bally Gaming, based in Las Vegas, gave $25,000.

New York Jobs Now is a coalition of casino companies and labor groups backing the amendment to expand non-Indian casino gaming in New York.

The group is expected to exceed the $2 million it initially planned to spend.

As Jessica Alaimo at Capital New York pointed out earlier today, there are two pro-casino committees that are yet to even provide financial filings with the state Board of Elections, including Nevele and the labor-backed All In For Jobs.

Ballot referendum committees like New York Jobs Now have no cap on their contribution limits under existing state law.