Rahm Emanuel Must Appear on Mayoral Ballots -- For Now, Court Rules

The Illinois Supreme Court today granted an emergency request by former White House chief of staff and Chicago mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel to stop the city board of elections from printing ballots without his name. A state appellate court ruled Monday that Emanuel has not been a legal resident of the city for at least one year, and therefore does not qualify as a candidate for the ballot. The Board had been poised to begin printing the ballots in the next few days. Election Day is Feb. 22...Full Story
Commenting on this article is closed.