Ill. comptroller candidate's office burglarized
GOP candidate for Illinois comptroller William Kelly says his North Side campaign office was broken into over the weekend and that key documents were stolen.
Kelly and his staff were out circulating petitions when he said the burglary took place in the building on North Milwaukee. He says voter maps, a volunteer list and alcohol were taken, and the door frame was damaged.
Kelly told ABC7 he's not sure if the break in was politically motivated, but that some of the materials missing involved his campaign strategy.
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