New Prosperity Foundation, a so-called Super Political Action Committee, spent $25,000 on an ad against Rep. Judy Biggert's (R-13) likely general election opponent. The ad, which will run on cable TV, gives "signs" why Bill Foster, a former Congressman and the likely Democratic nominee against Biggert, is bad for Illinois.
New Prosperity Foundation was started by Ronald Gidwitz, whom Crain's Chicago Business describes as a "local business activist." Super PAC's can raise unlimited sums to campaign for or against a political candidate as long they don't directly contribute to a candidate's campaign.
The primary election is March 20.