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With $5.6 million raised in a year, Daley attracts the big donors

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By LGIS News Service | Feb 13, 2019

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Democrat Chicago Mayoral candidate William M. "Bill" Daley | facebook.com/DaleyforMayor/

Democrat Bill Daley has raised the most money among the 14 candidates vying to be Chicago’s next mayor and he’s also attracted some of the biggest donors. 

Between Jan 1, 2018 and Jan. 31, 2019, Daley received donations of $100,000 or more 13 times, according to the Illinois State Board of Elections. His campaign committee also reported donations of $50,000 or more 27 times in that same time period.

Overall, Daley received $5,608,014 in campaign contributions. His committee reported $4,906,716 in individual contributions, $81,500 in transfers and $34,498 in in-kind contributions.

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Who attracts the big donors?

Candidate$100K+$50K+$25K+$10K+$1K+
Bill Daley132759123520
Toni Preckwinkle8112339338
Susana Mendoza561232161
Paul Vallas33414120
Amara Enyia233311
Lori Lightfoot12617327
Jerry Joyce122526
Bob Fioretti11138
Gery Chico001559552
Garry McCarthy01531281
Willie Wilson01009
La Shawn Ford000216
Neal Sales-Griffin000025
John Kozlar00000
Source: Illinois State Board of Elections. Period: Jan. 1, 2018 through Jan. 31, 2019

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