An organization that helped to defeat a Warren County referendum to allow gaming raised $6,270 in the final days of the campaign, spent $7,023 and has outstanding bills of $4,153, according to a finance report filed today. NocasiNoWarren launched a campaign that relied heavily on religious rhetoric to defeat the ballot measure 60 percent to 40 percent. In all, opponents raised $22,600 and received $400 as in-kind contributions from The Family Leader organi zation. Warren County Citizens for Good Jobs, which supported the casino, raised $319,476, all from Wild Rose Entertainment, which operates casinos in Clinton and Emmetsburg and would have operate the proposed Warren County casino. Supporters had $160 cash on hand and no debts, according to its report, which was originally filed May 2 and amended May 9.