Citizens for Emil Jones: The Senate President reports $737K in, $305K out and $1.6M available. The caucus PAC, Illinois Senate Democratic Fund, shows $530K in, $257K out and $374K available. For those of you keeping track, Citizens for Frank Watson filed over the weekend, but the Republican caucus PAC hasn’t shown up yet.
Taxpayers for Quinn (Patrick): the Lieutenant Governor shows $77K in (a lot for the Lt. Gov), $59K out and $28K available.
Citizens for Dave Sullivan: The Republican Senator reports $92K in, $81K out and $65K available. His seat is on the 2006 ballot, but he has suggested that he will not run again.
Friends for Froehlich: The House Republican shows just $150 in receipts, $1K out and $14K available.
Citizens for Jim Edgar: He may not be running for office, but he’s still got more in his fund that many of the Republicans who are running. He shows $21K in (all of it interest on his existing balance), $42K out and $1.1M available. FWIW, his June 30, 1998 balance was $2.8M, so he’s well under his personal use limit.
Citizens for John Cullerton: the Democratic Senator shows $34K in, $77K out and just $10K available. His seat is up in 2006.
Meeks for Senate: The lone Independent is lonely, indeed. He shows no receipts, only $160 in expenses, and $71K available. His seat is up in 2006.
Citizens for Susan Garrett: The north suburban Senate Democrat reports a very patriotic $1,775 in receipts, $12K in expenses, and just $10K available. Her seat is not up in 2006.
Citizens for Capparelli: The former Dean has two committees, and I can’t remember which was for legislative races and which was for committeeman races. Citizens for… shows $4K in, $30K out and $675K available. Friends of... shows $30K in (the same $30K that Citizens transferred out), $38K expended and $12K available.