(5 ILCS 430/5-30)
Prohibited offer or promise.
An officer or employee of the executive or legislative branch or a
candidate for an executive or legislative branch office may not promise
anything of value related to State government, including but not limited to
positions in State government, promotions, salary increases, other employment benefits, board or commission appointments, favorable treatment in any official or regulatory matter, the awarding of any public contract, or action or inaction on any legislative or regulatory matter, in
consideration for a contribution to a political committee, political party, or
other entity that has as one of its purposes the financial support of a
candidate for elective office.
(b) Any State employee who is requested or directed by an officer, member, or employee of the executive or legislative branch or a candidate for an executive or legislative branch office to engage in activity prohibited by Section 5-30 shall report such request or directive to the appropriate ethics officer or Inspector General.
(c) Nothing in this Section prevents the making or accepting of voluntary
contributions otherwise in accordance with law.
(Source: P.A. 96-555, eff. 8-18-09.)