Republican Tom Weber and Democrat Trisha Zubert are facing off to take the seat in the House of Representatives occupied by State Rep. Barbara Wheeler for the last six years.
Today we will look at how Zubert’s campaign is being financed.
In June, she started out with $10,000 from the Lake County Federation of Teachers.
Prior to July 1st, she also received the following amounts of over $150:
- $550 – Donna Masterson, Howell, MI
- $250 – Matthew Nakanishi, Libertyville
- $250 – TENTH DEMS Federal PAC C00395889, No address given
- $250 – Alicia Walters, Gurnee
Another $1,255 was given in amounts less than $150.
Besides $41,72 spent on small stuff, during June she spent
- $622 on printing
- $200 on fundraising
- $90 for a meal with her supporters
Between July 1st and September 30th, Zubert raised another $5,000 from the Lake County Federation of Teachers, plus
- $200 – Mollie Lard, McHenry
- $250 – Jess Pruess, Libertyville
- $200 – Alicia Walters, Gurnee
- $2,752 – donors who gave less than $150
Another $1,000 in union money came from the public employee union AFSCME Illinois Council NO 31 in mid-October.
At the end of September Zubert had a bit over $13,000 to finance her fall campaign.
Zubert spent $6,381 during the third quarter of the year.
- $1,504 – yard signs
- $1,000 – office rent
- $1,000 – web site design by Social Eyes on B, no address given
- $972 – tee shirts
- $700 – fundraising food
- $589 – brochures
- $475 – Grant Township Baseball newspaper ad
- $190 – hotel
Just under $6,800 remained to be spent at the end of September.