(5 ILCS 430/5-35)
Contributions on State property. Contributions shall not be
intentionally solicited, accepted, offered, or made on State property by public
officials, by State employees, by candidates for elective office, by persons
required to be registered under the Lobbyist Registration Act, or
by any officers, employees, or agents of any political organization,
provided in this Section. For purposes of this Section, "State property" means
any building or portion thereof owned
or exclusively leased by the State
or any State agency at the time the contribution is solicited, offered,
accepted, or made. "State property" does not however, include any portion of a
that is rented or leased from the State or
agency by a private person or entity.
An inadvertent solicitation, acceptance, offer, or making of a contribution
not a violation of this Section so long as reasonable and timely action is
taken to return
the contribution to its source.
The provisions of this Section do not apply to the residences of
State officers and employees, except that no fundraising events
shall be held at residences owned by the State or paid for, in whole or in
part, with State funds.
(Source: P.A. 93-615, eff. 11-19-03.)