Democratic Party State’s Attorney candidate Ray Flavin has notified the Illinois State Board of Elections that he has written a check to his campaign fund for $2,100.
He indicates that it is an “in-kind” contribution.
That could be office space, signs purchased with a personal credit card, printing costs paid privately, etc.
When he opened his campaign fund, he reported having $5,000 on had.
Candidates don’t even have to file notice they have a campaign fund until they spend or raise $5,000.
Flavin is the Democrats’ second slated candidate.
No one ran in its Primary Election.
Flavin will face off against Republican Patrick Kenneally.