Posts tagged "debbie Halvorson"
5. Kelly was blessed with a very weak field in the 2nd CD Democratic Primary special election held today. Although there were fifteen candidates in the Democratic Primary, only three had serious name recognition, organization, a base and sufficient funds to run a credible race: African-American former State Rep. and 2010 Democratic candidate for State... Read more »
Better than tonight’s State of the Union Speech by Pres. Obama: Berkowitz w/2nd CD Democratic candidate Robin Kelly, Cable and Web
Tonight’s suburban edition of Public Affairs features Robin Kelly, one of 16 Democratic Primary candidates running to replace former Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. in the 2nd Cong. District. The winner of the February 26, 2013 Democratic Primary will face the winner of the four-candidate Republican Primary in the special IL 2nd Cong. District general election to be... Read more »
Better than President Obama on "Public Affairs": Berkowitz w/2nd CD Dem Primary candidate Patrick Brutus, Cable and Web
Tonight’s suburban edition of Public Affairs features Patrick Brutus, one of 16 Democratic Primary candidates running to replace former Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. in the 2nd Cong. District. The 2nd CD includes a portion of the south side of Chicago, stretches through various far south side suburbs, e.g., Flossmoor and Crete and out to Steger... Read more »
We are gearing up now for coverage of the February 26, 2013 Special Election Democratic and Republican Party primaries to replace Junior in the IL 2nd Cong. District. Isn’t it about time the 2nd CD had a real U. S. Representative– I mean really, Gus Savage, Mel Reynolds, Jesse Jackson, Jr.? What were the voters... Read more »
With State Sen. Donne Trotter backing out yesterday of the 2nd CD race to replace the “purportedly bi-polar,” ethically, marriage vows and legally challenged Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-Third Airport), that leaves six major 2nd CD candidates in the Democratic Primary (based on Money, Organization, Message, Political History and Base)– listed below in rough order... Read more »