Candidate figures are sums of all contributions reported to the Illinois State Board of Elections, and scraped by Illinois Election Money. Go to their site to learn more about what is reported to the state.
Click the name of a candidate to see each contribution to their campaign committees (some candidates have more than one). Some candidates either don't have committees or haven't raised enough to trigger state reporting requirements.
Names and figures are displayed as reported to the state. Some names may be incorrect or listed under multiple spellings.
Contributions since last election include all donation since Feb. 22, 2011. All contributions include all donations on the State Board of Elections website, complete since 2000.= Incumbent
Top donors: Individuals or organizations that have contributed the most to a candidate.
Top employers: Sums individual donations grouped by employer reported by the individual.
Chicago Teachers Union- Pac: $82,710.27
SEIU Illinois Council PAC Fund: $54,600.00
AFSCME Illinois Council No. 31 Political Action Committee: $37,100.00
Chicago Teachers Union- Pac: $32,000.00
Grassroots Illinois Action PAC: $20,000.00
City of Chicago: $756.00
CJ's Hair Salon Inc.: $677.45
Self Employed: $200.00
Yolanda Meza: $1,250.00
Danny Velazquez: $1,000.00
SoCore Energy: $1,250.00
Grillers, Inc.: $1,000.00
Best Inc.: $1,000.00
Oscar Baeza: $1,000.00
Mark Myers: $1,000.00
Carolyn Martinez: $500.00
Agustin Gomer-Leal: $500.00
Midwest Rem: $1,000.00
IPA USA: $1,000.00
Citizens To Re-Elect John Pope: $55,200.00
O'Keefe, Lyons, & Hynes LLC: $51,628.00
For A Better Chicago PAC: $40,788.93
Cub Terminal LLC: $30,500.00
Agri-Fine Corporation: $25,000.00
Arro Corporation: $15,000.00
Big Pawn Freeman Jewelers: $9,000.00
City of Chicago: $8,265.00
Agri fine: $7,400.00
Jacksack Law Office IOLTA: $1,065.00
Nemer Ziyad: $300.00