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How did April Troemper spend campaign funds in the first quarter?

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By Local Labs News Service | Apr 7, 2016


Non partisan April Troemper's election campaign committee, Citizens to Elect Judge April Troemper, spent $7,910 in the first quarter, according to committee expenditure records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).

Troemper's committee spent the most on signs in the quarter, with all those payments ($2,294) going to Victory Enterprises in Davenport. Table 1 below shows the distribution of how Troemper's committee spent its money in the first quarter.

Table 1: First-quarter spending by purpose
Purpose
Amount
Percent of total spending
Signs
$2,294
29%
Newspaper advertising
$1,750
22.1%
Sponsorships
$1,450
18.3%
Supplies
$1,066
13.5%
Mailing
$574
7.3%
Graphic design
$408
5.2%
Printing
$210
2.7%
Food
$156
2%

Table 2 below shows the top 13 largest single expenditures during the quarter.

Table 2: Largest expenses of the first quarter
Recipient
Date
Amount
Purpose
Victory Enterprises
2016-02-05
$2,294
Signs
The State Journal-Register
2016-03-29
$1,750
Newspaper advertising
Sang. Co. Republ. Ctrl. Commit.
2016-01-12
$1,250
Sponsorships
Modern Mailing & Printing
2016-03-15
$458
Mailing
Miles T Shirts, LLC
2016-02-05
$398
Supplies
Capitol Promotions, Inc.
2016-02-02
$340
Supplies
Sam's Club
2016-03-08
$327
Supplies
Ticara Turley Graphics
2016-02-24
$228
Graphic design
Modern Mailing & Printing
2016-03-28
$210
Printing
St. Patrick's Day Parade
2016-02-04
$200
Sponsorships
Ticara Turley Graphics
2016-03-19
$180
Graphic design
Antonio's Pizza
2016-03-24
$156
Food
Modern Mailing & Printing
2016-02-27
$116
Mailing

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