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Previously Silent, Tribune Comes out Against Democrats Operating as Republican Ward Committeemen in Chicago

Chicago Tribune 17 September 2016 2 Comments

Jeffrey Leef is a Republican and a political novice who decided to challenge Chicago’s Democratic machine by running for Congress. He had no expectation of defeating incumbent Rep. Danny Davis, whose 7th district hasn’t elected a Republican in 70 years. This was an idealistic pursuit by a citizen in defense of the endangered two-party system in Cook County.
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  • Clarification said:

    The Tribune editorial board made one noteworthy error in its editorial.

    Ward Committeemen have a role in the process of appointing precinct election judges — committeemen doing not act as election judges as stated in the editorial.

  • Clarification said:

    The Tribune editorial board made one noteworthy error in its editorial.

    Ward Committeemen have a role in the process of appointing precinct election judges — committeemen do not act as election judges as stated in the editorial.

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