The Illinois Education Association (IEA). As always, their receipts are nearly all non-itemized: they show $930K that way. What’s interesting is that they also show $44,900 in non-itemized “other” receipts. “Other” receipts are usually interest payments on bank accounts, investment returns, event deposit reimbursements, and returned contributions. That the IEA showed $44,900 in this sort of non-itemized receipts suggests that they had at least 300 small receipts that didn’t come from members. All told, the largest PAC in the state reports $1.2M cash-on-hand.
Citizens for Lou Lang. The one-time gubernatorial candidate filed, showing $75K in receipts and $100K in expenditures (not including $6.5K in in-kinds). He reports $16K in payments to Fako and Associates for polling. No word on whether that was district- or state-wide.
Citizens for Richard A. Devine. Is he running for governor? He reported $8K in receipts and has $370K on hand. Draw your own conclusions.