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How did Richard Cenar spend campaign funds in the first quarter?

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By Local Labs News Service | Apr 7, 2016

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Democratic Richard Cenar's election campaign committee, Citizens for Cenar, spent $26,089 in the first quarter, according to committee expenditure records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).

Cenar's committee spent the most on campaign material in the quarter, with all those payments ($15,722) going to Chi-Town Printing, Inc. in Chicago. Table 1 below shows the distribution of how Cenar's committee spent its money in the first quarter.

Table 1: First-quarter spending by purpose
Purpose
Amount
Percent of total spending
Campaign material
$15,722
60.3%
Benefit
$4,810
18.4%
Advertising
$1,264
4.8%
Ad books
$779
3%
Postage
$669
2.6%
Mail file and walk sheets
$600
2.3%
Phone calls
$538
2.1%
Legal fees
$500
1.9%
Campaign service for petition signatures
$500
1.9%
Media
$500
1.9%
Campaign services
$205
0.8%

Table 2 below shows the top 14 largest single expenditures during the quarter.

Table 2: Largest expenses of the first quarter
Recipient
Date
Amount
Purpose
Chi-Town Printing, Inc.
2016-03-21
$15,722
Campaign material
Wildwood Tavern
2016-01-07
$3,710
Benefit
The Nil Tap
2016-02-26
$1,100
Benefit
Polish Daily News -
2016-03-22
$900
Advertising
Jewish Chicago
2016-02-21
$779
Ad books
Elect, Inc.
2016-02-11
$600
Mail file and walk sheets
Elect, Inc.
2016-03-15
$538
Phone calls
Kevin Bry
2016-03-28
$500
Legal fees
Rudi Patitucci
2016-03-28
$500
Campaign service for petition signatures
Polnet Communications, Ltd.
2016-03-01
$500
Media
Costco
2016-02-22
$487
Postage
Facebook
2016-02-22
$364
Advertising
Alphagraphics
2016-02-22
$205
Campaign services
Edgebrook Post Office
2016-03-05
$182
Postage

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