September 27, 2016 •
Contribution Limits Lifted in Illinois Comptroller Race
Contribution limits have been lifted in the Illinois comptroller race between incumbent Leslie Munger and Democratic challenger Susana Mendoza after Munger’s husband loaned $260,000 to her campaign.
State law stipulates any contribution exceeding $250,000 to a candidate’s own race abolishes the limits for all candidates in the race.
Gov. Bruce Rauner appointed Munger last year following Judy Baar Topinka’s death. The winner of the November election will finish the remainder of the four-year term.
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