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updated: 4/16/2013 5:36 PM

Madigan's campaign funds are triple Quinn's

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  • Gov. Pat Quinn

      Gov. Pat Quinn
    Associated Press

  • Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan

      Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
    Associated Press

 
Associated Press

SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan raised more than $800,000 in political funds compared to $565,000 for Gov. Pat Quinn in the first three months of the year.

Madigan is a potential Democratic primary challenger to Quinn. Madigan says she has not yet decided whether to take on the governor next spring.

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Campaign finance reports filed with the state Elections Board show Madigan spent $77,000 during the first quarter and had $4.4 million in the bank on April 1. Quinn spent $119,000 and had $1.5 million on hand.

Among possible Republican candidates, businessman Bruce Rauner's exploratory committee raised more than $1 million and already has taken in $91,000 in large donations since April 1.

GOP Treasurer Dan Rutherford raised $300,000 and had $740,000 in the bank.

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