Skip to comments.Emanuel Residency Decision Expected Thursday
Posted on 12/22/2010 1:51:16 PM PST by pinstripes715
The election board hearing officer who will recommend whether Rahm Emanuel should stay on the mayoral ballot will not issue his report until Wednesday, board spokesman Jim Allen said Tuesday evening.
Joseph Morris, who presided at the three-day hearing on the objections to Emanuels candidacy last week, had been expected to turn in his written recommendation Tuesday. The report could be completed by mid-day Wednesday, Allen said.
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I imagine that the fix is in.
this is chicago people. you don’t need to be a resident to gain political office.
He’ll make it. Place your bets.
I would bet Mr. Morris is in a room right now getting the word that if he doesn’t rule in Emanuels favor, he may have an accident on the way home tonight.
Gee, I wonder how it turn out...
Yeah, or someone might play him a little tune on their fiddle.
"Anyone wanna bet that Rahm Emanuel will be the next Mayor of Chicago?"
The boxes PROVE he was going to move back?? Baloney....He simply didn't care about that old "useless" sentimental cr** to move it to DC.
LOL YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO BE ALIVE!
Of course Rahm doesn't have eligibility problems . . . because, as we know, “miracles” happen routinely in Chicago.
Ask Mayor Daley. He'll confirm they do.
Chicago is exhibit A for what is wrong with America today: communists running a cash laudering operation for the benefiot of their friends. And their friends are not the ones living in substandard housing eating dog food.
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