Illinois law requires that a contribution worth $1,000 or more has to be reported to the State Board of Elections. And if it's just before an election, it has to happen right away.
After spending nearly $65 million, Gov. Bruce Rauner's campaign has been assessed for a report that was received late, according to director Steve Sandvoss, who says he can't give details.
"In light of fairness to the respondent and due fairness principles, we don't comment publicly on the nature of an ongoing proceeding,” he said, “but rather, we'll let the process bear itself out.