Candidates' financial disclosure reports

January 24, 2014 

How much money is available for local candidates' campaigns? Under state law, candidates with less than $5,000 are not required to file financial disclosure reports.

Candidate/Political Committee: Campaign Funds

Countywide committees

St. Clair County Democratic Central Committee: $41,284

St. Clair County Young Democrats: $5,886

St. Clair County Republican Central Committee: $3,272

St. Clair County Sheriff

Rick Watson, Democratic incumbent of Cahokia: $83,819

Roy A. Mickens, Democratic challenger of East St. Louis: Did not file

St. Clair County Assessor

Jennifer Gomric Minton, Democratic incumbent of Belleville: $26,706

St. Clair County Clerk

Thomas "Tom" Holbrook, Democratic incumbent of Belleville: $129,003

St. Clair County Treasurer

Charles Suarez, Democratic incumbent of Swansea: $7,366

Rodger Cook, Republican challenger of St. Libory: Did not file

St. Clair County Board of Review

Charlotte R. Moore, Democratic incumbent of East St. Louis: $1,839

St. Clair County Board District 1

Robert Allen Jr., Democratic incumbent of Fairmont City: $416

Norman J. Miller, Democratic challenger of Fairview Heights: Did not file

Rob Dorman, Republican challenger of Collinsville: Did not file

St. Clair County Board District 2

Joan McIntosh, Democratic incumbent of Washington Park: Did not file

Edith A. Moore, Democratic challenger of East St. Louis: Did not file

Mack Slater, Democratic challenger of Washington Park: Did not file

Marvin B. Strode, Democratic challenger of Washington Park: Did not file

Harry Hollingsworth, Democratic challenger of East St. Louis: Did not file

Rickie Thomas, Democratic challenger of Washington Park: Did not file

St. Clair County Board District 3

Oliver W. Hamilton, Democratic incumbent of East St. Louis: Did not file

Matt Hawkins, Democratic challenger of East St. Louis: Did not file

District 12

Angela Grossmann-Roewe, Democratic incumbent of Belleville Did not file

Guy N. Don Carlos, Republican challenger of Belleville: $1,151

District 13

Steve Reeb, Republican incumbent of Belleville: Did not file

District 18

Craig Hubbard, Republican incumbent of O'Fallon: $3,262

District 21

Frank Heiligenstein, Democratic incumbent of Freeburg: $1,105

District 23

Dennis Renner, Democratic incumbent of O'Fallon: Did not file

District 27

Kenneth Sharkey, Democratic incumbent of Fairview Heights: Did not file

Matthew Stirrup, Republican challenger of Fairview Heights: Did not file

District 28

Joseph J. Kassly Jr., Democratic incumbent of Swansea: $16

Timothy L. Buchanan, Republican challenger of Swansea: $1,151

MADISON COUNTY

Madison County Democratic Central Committee: $45,973

Madison County Republican Central Committee: $11,981

Madison County Sheriff

Robert Hertz (D-Maryville), incumbent: $43,457

John Lakin (D-Maryville): $2,650*

* as of Dec. 31; approximately $20,000 raised in January

Madison County Treasurer

Kurt Prenzler (R-Edwardsville), incumbent: $32,277

Marleen Suarez (D-Collinsville): $8,418

Madison County Clerk

Debbie Ming-Mendoza (D-Granite City), incumbent: $2,732

Stephen Adler (R-Alton): $3,465

(as filed with Godfrey District 1 Republicans)

Madison County District 5

"Mick" Madison (R-Bethalto)

Madison County District 9

Jim Dodd (D-Alton)

Terrence Peterson (R-Alton)

Madison County District 10

Bruce Malone (D-Alton)

Madison County District 11

Don Weber (R-Troy)

Brad Maxwell (R-Edwardsville), incumbent

Madison County District 12

Steven Kochan (D-Wood River)

Madison County District 14

Tom McRae (R-Bethalto)

Madison County District 16

Helen Hawkins (D-Granite City)

Madison County District 21

Arthur Asadorian (D-Granite City)

Madison County District 23

Gussie Glasper (D-Venice)

Madison County District 24

Jamie Goggin (R-Edwardsville)

STATE

Illinois House 1114th District

Rep. Eddie Lee Jackson, D-East St. Louis: $3,462

Illinois House 108th District

Rep. Charlie Meier, R-Okawville: $34,946

Illinois House 111th District

Rep. Dan Beiser, D-Alton: $71,832

Illinois House 112th District

Rep. Dwight Kay, R-Glen Carbon: $34,429

Cullen Cullen, D-Edwardsville: $7,668

Illinois House 113th District

Rep. Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea: $145,109

Melinda Hult, R-Belleville: $2,479

Illinois House 116th District

Rep. Jerry Costello II, D-Smithton : $86,644

Illinois Senate 54th District

Sen. Kyle McCarter, R-Lebanon: $46,902

Illinois Senate 56th District

Sen. Bill Haine, D-Alton: $28,854

Illinois Senate 57th District

Sen. James Clayborne, D-Belleville: $583,170

Illinois Senate 58th District

Sen. Dave Luechtefeld, R-Okawville: $54,345

Source: Financial disclosure reports filed by state-required deadline of Jan. 15 with the Illinois State Board of Elections

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