Skip to comments.Robin Kelly claims victory in race to replace Jackson Jr. in Congress
Posted on 04/09/2013 6:35:49 PM PDT by Bloody Sam Roberts
Democrat Robin Kelly claimed victory tonight in a low-turnout contest to decide the successor to former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. in a 2nd Congressional District with a history of scandal-plagued representation.
With more than two-thirds percent of precincts counted, the former state lawmaker had about 77 percent of the vote to about 16 percent for Republican Paul McKinley, an unemployed political activist and ex-convict. The rest of the vote went to a Green Party candidate and three independent candidates who made the special general election ballot.
(Excerpt) Read more at chicagotribune.com ...
Thus, she concludes that concealed carry does not work to reduce gun violence.
No one was carrying.
It was a gun free zone.
You can't make this stuff up folks.
Kelly, who launched her campaign on a strong gun-control theme,
Watch us take on the NRA, the tea party and anyone else standing in the way of safety, Kelly said.
Was she the candidate that got the Bloomberg millions?
These people will remain in their own filth until they die. They vote for their own barren grave. Morons.
This was a foregone-conclusion race that leaves the vote count unchanged. And when the lights fade, she’ll be a big mouth with no seniority and one vote.
“Two thirds percent”? They’re letting the interns cover the election, right?
At least there is still one difference between the DemocRATS and the GOOBers. The DemocRATS can still get “ex-convicts” elected. Republicans can’t.
She’s talking herself on? Shes standing in the way of MY safety!
Out goes one Chicago Corruptocrat, in comes another. Congress seems light-weighted when it doesn’t have a representative of the Chicago Curruptocrats on board. These are the good old days.
Republican Paul McKinley, an unemployed political activist and ex-convict.
After all, he had all the proper qualifications for a minority-majority district race.
Rick and Bill should not have fired their editor.
Wow -- no bias in that description by the Tribune, is there???
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