Attorney General of Illinois
|State executive officials|
The position of Illinois attorney general was established on December 3, 1818 based on guidelines adopted by a state constitutional convention. The first person to fulfill the duties of the office was Daniel Pope Cook who only served eleven days. He was later elected to the Congress; Cook County was named in his honor.
The current attorney general of Illinois is Lisa Madigan.
The Illinois Attorney General is responsible for prosecuting campaign finance complaints on a case by case basis. Campaign finance reports can be referred to the Attorney General at any time regardless if it involves criminal or civil law from the Illinois State Board of Elections.
100 West Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60601
Toll Free Phone: 800-964-3013
- Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
- Illinois Governor
- Illinois Lieutenant Governor
- Illinois Secretary of State
- Illinois State Board of Elections
Portions of this article were adapted from Wikipedia.
- Illinois State Board of Elections "Illinois Campaign Financing Act"(Referenced Statute 5/9-23)
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