In Illinois, 9 House Candidates Have Raised a Million or More

On Tuesday, March 18, 2014, primary voters in Illinois will go to the polls to decide which candidates for the House of Representatives and Senate should be on the 2014 midterm ballot for another term in office. So far nine candidates trying for a total of 18 House seats have raised over $1 million.

CANDIDATE NAME

CONTRIBUTIONS RAISED SINCE 1/1/2013

INCUMBENT OR CHALLENGER

PARTY

DISTRICT

Peter Roskam $1,864,365 Incumbent R 6
Rodney Davis $1,774,144 Incumbent R 13
Aaron Schock $1,520,409 Incumbent R 18
Brad Schneider $1,478,801 Incumbent D 10
Tammy Duckworth $1,309,398 Incumbent D 8
Robert Dold $1,287,152 Challenger R 10
Cheri Bustos $1,221,196 Incumbent D 17
Bill Foster $1.193,323 Incumbent D 11
Adam Kinzinger $1,086,352 Incumbent R 16

Methodology: MapLight analysis of campaign contributions from PACs and employees to the candidate committees of Illinois candidates for the House of Representatives from January 1, 2013 - present, based on itemized records provided by the FEC as of March 7, 2014 and summary data provided by the FEC as of March 7, 2014.

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