An international sports promotion company and a local millionaire are among the contributors to Rep. Kay Hatcher's re-election campaign in the 50th District state house race.
The Yorkville Republican is uncontested in the primary.
The fourth-quarter campaign finance report filed with the state board of elections shows that from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, Friends of Kay Hatcher collected $4,115 in itemized contributions and $3,000 in itemized transfers. There were also $1,365 in nonitemized contributions and $495 in nonitemized transfers in.
And she received $350 in in-kind donations.
On the expense side, Hatcher spent $11,772 during the period.
She started with $11,979.
But the committee still owes $35,699 to Hatcher, for loans made in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Her largest donor was Jerry Rich of Sugar Grove, who owns the Rich Harvest Farms Golf Course. He made his fortune developing software that incorporated information from several stock exchanges into one display.
Zuffa, LLC of Las Vegas gave $250. It owns Ultimate Fighting Championship.
The largest transfer in was from Penn National Gaming, which owns the Hollywood Casinos in Aurora and Joliet.
Hatcher will face Democrat Andrew Bernard of Batavia in November.
Bernard's campaign finance report showed that in the fourth quarter, he raised $40 and spent $39.95. He began the period with no money.