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How did Craig Wilcox spend campaign funds in the fourth quarter?

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By Local Labs News Service | Jan 7, 2017

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Republican Craig Wilcox's election campaign committee, Citizens for Colonel Craig Wilcox, spent $4,369 in the fourth quarter, according to committee expenditure records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).

Wilcox's committee spent the most on palm cards in the quarter, with all those payments ($1,304) going to Curtis Scott Advertising, Inc in Elmhurst. Table 1 below shows the distribution of how Wilcox's committee spent its money in the fourth quarter.

Table 1: Fourth-quarter spending by purpose
Purpose
Amount
Percent of total spending
Palm cards
$1,304
29.9%
Advertising - coupon mailer
$857
19.6%
Office supplies
$610
14%
Fund raising (food)
$590
13.5%
Postage
$376
8.6%
Website expenses
$240
5.5%
Principal payment, wilcox
$193
4.4%
Storage
$162
3.7%
Post office box
$36
0.8%

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

Table 2: Largest expenses of the fourth quarter
Recipient
Date
Amount
Purpose
Curtis Scott Advertising, Inc
2016-10-03
$1,304
Palm cards
True Blue Coupons
2016-10-27
$857
Advertising - coupon mailer
Office Max
2016-10-25
$610
Office supplies
VFW Post 4600
2016-10-28
$590
Fund raising (food)
Online Candidate
2016-11-28
$240
Website expenses
Craig Wilcox
2016-12-28
$158
Principal payment, wilcox
US Post Office
2016-10-28
$94
Postage
US Post Office
2016-11-14
$94
Postage
US Post Office
2016-10-18
$94
Postage
US Post Office
2016-10-25
$94
Postage
All Safe Self Storage
2016-10-17
$81
Storage
All Safe Self Storage
2016-11-17
$81
Storage
US Post Office
2016-11-21
$36
Post office box
Craig Wilcox
2016-12-28
$35
Principal payment, wilcox

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