2014 candidates filing campaign finance reports

2013-10-16T00:00:00Z 2014 candidates filing campaign finance reportsThe Associated Press The Associated Press
October 16, 2013 12:00 am  • 

CHICAGO | Candidates for Illinois governor are filing reports showing how much money they raised in the third quarter.

The reports are due to the state by midnight Tuesday.

Four Republicans are competing in the March GOP primary.

State Treasurer Dan Rutherford reports he raised about $337,000 in the three-month period ending Sept. 30. He finished the quarter with $1.2 million in his campaign fund.

State Sen. Bill Brady raised about $66,000 during the same timeframe and had about $273,000 on hand.

Republican state Sen. Kirk Dillard and businessman Bruce Rauner hadn't filed reports as of early Tuesday evening.

Neither had Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn, who's seeking re-election.

Rauner has said he raised more than $1 million. Quinn's campaign says he raised about $813,000 and has $3 million on hand.

Candidates for Illinois governor have started filing reports showing how much money they raised — and spent — in the third quarter.

The reports are due to the state by midnight Tuesday.

Republican state Treasurer Dan Rutherford reports he raised about $337,000 in the three-month period that ended Sept. 30. He finished the quarter with $1.2 million in his campaign fund.

Rutherford says he's kept expenses down and his campaign polling shows "we're in extremely good shape."

He's one of four Republicans competing in the March GOP primary.

State Sens. Bill Brady and Kirk Dillard and businessman Bruce Rauner haven't yet filed, though Rauner has said he raised more than $1 million in the third quarter.

Gov. Pat Quinn, a Democrat who's running for re-election, also hasn't filed.

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