Pensions: What the non-teaching fat-cats get > Fred Klonsky

30 May

Sample of Illinois non-teaching pension recipients

– Former Gov. Jim Edgar: $134,853 annually; $1.252 million total to date. His total contributions: $164,657.

– Former Gov. James Thompson: $131,031 annually; $2.023 million total to date. His total contributions: $84,966.

– Former Attorney General Roland Burris: $129,162 annually; $1.743 million total to date. His total contributions: $134,680.

– Former state Sen. Dennis Jacobs: $94,146 annually; $561,526 total to date. His total contributions: $152,087.

– Former state Sen. Todd Sieben: $88,403 annually; $303,931 total to date. His total contributions: $144,717.

– Former state Rep. and Judge David Hultgren: $78,402 annually; $408,285 total to date. His total contributions: $70,831.

– Former state Sen. and Judge Clarence Darrow: $76,017 annually; $974,695 total to date. His total contributions: $32,200.

– Former state Sen. Cal Schuneman: $64,474 annually; $951,226 total to date. His total contributions: $60,013.

– Former state Rep. Mike Boland: $50,806 annually; $50,806 total to date. His total contributions: $116,065.

– Former state Rep. Ben Polk: $30,013 annually; $571,375 total to date. His total contributions: $53,108.

– Former state Sen. Don Wooten: $12,137 annually; $189,257 total to date. His total contributions: $15,000.

via Fred Klonsky.

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