Skip to comments.Race to Fill Jackson’s Seat Highlights New Challenges for the Black Caucus
Posted on 12/26/2012 7:18:07 PM PST by Bon of Babble
The race to replace former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) is throwing a spotlight on new electoral challenges facing the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC).
The Illinois race is the first real test of whether open-seat elections in expanded, more diverse districts are still likely to elect African-Americans to Congress. Because of dwindling urban populations, less segregated neighborhoods and a fast-growing Hispanic population...
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Blacks believe this is “their” seat.
Just go to any local jail and pick someone. Even odds that they will be better than JJ and company. Can’t be much worse. Adulterers go to the head of the line.
What are House seats selling for in Chicago these days???
Can’t wait to see the Jedi/Orwellian mind trick they use to get a white dhim in there.
Given the lose election laws the Republicans should do what the demonrats dis in the last presidential election
Bus in several 1000 Republican voters and have them do same day registration then have them all write in the name “George Wallace”
Just a lil more kindling for the fire they are planning.