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  • Gov. Pat Quinn

      Gov. Pat Quinn
    Associated Press file photo

  • Sen. Bill Brady

      Sen. Bill Brady
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  • Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford

      Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford
    Associated Press file photo

  • Sen. Kirk Dillard

      Sen. Kirk Dillard
    Associated Press file photo

  • Businessman Bruce Rauner

      Businessman Bruce Rauner
    Associated Press file photo

 
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Candidates for Illinois governor are filing reports showing how much money they raised in the third quarter.

The reports are due to the state by midnight Tuesday.

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Four Republicans are competing in the March GOP primary.

State Treasurer Dan Rutherford reports he raised about $337,000 in the three-month period ending Sept. 30. He finished the quarter with $1.2 million in his campaign fund.

State Sen. Bill Brady raised about $66,000 during the same timeframe and had about $273,000 on hand.

Republican state Sen. Kirk Dillard and businessman Bruce Rauner hadn't filed reports as of early Tuesday evening.

Neither had Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn, who's seeking re-election.

Rauner has said he raised more than $1 million. Quinn's campaign says he raised about $813,000 and has $3 million on hand.

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