Haven’t looked at the finances of Nancy Zettler, the Democratic Party’s candidate to replace Mike Tryon yet.
The recent $5,000 from the Illinois Education Associations’ Political Action Committee leads me to believe readers might be interested.
When she first filed with the Illinois State Board of Elections, she reported $8,640. That was on February 25th.
Here are the contributions reported during the first three months of the year:
- $1,500 – Daniel P. Slayden, Attorney at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Woodridge
- $1,000 – McHenry County Building Trades Council, Crystal Lake
- $500 – Pipefitters’ Assn. Local 597, no address given for this January 6th contribution
She was also given $250 in amounts less than $150.
Zettler spent $1,463.86, ending the quarter with $4,046.11.
From April through July the following contributions have been logged with the State Board of Elections:
- $5,000 – Kathy Slayden, Nurse at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, Woodridge
- $1,000 – Chicago Land Operators Joint Labor Management PAC, Countryside
- $1,000 – Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters, Chicago
- $1,000 – LiUNA – Chicago Area Laborers, Burr Ridge
- $750 – Democratic Party of Illinois, unidentified in-kind contribution
- $500 – Painters District Council No. 30 Political Action Account, Aurora
- $500 – Sue Harney, Sleepy Hollow,
- $500 – Bruce Pfaff, Barrington Hills
- $500 – Michael Williamson, Crystal Lake
- $250 – Elgin Association of Fire Fighters, Elgin
- $250 – Tracey Perez, Algonquin
- $200 – Fred Heid, Sleepy Hollow
- $200 – Leslie Russo, Algonquin
An additional $3,462 was raised in amounts under $150.
Zettler ended June with $14,433.89 in the bank.