AND THUS, COOK COUNTY CLOSES THE POLITICAL ECO-SYSTEM: ● Shot: First jail-wide, in-person votin…
AND THUS, COOK COUNTY CLOSES THE POLITICAL ECO-SYSTEM: ● Shot: First jail-wide, in-person voting held at Cook County Jail. —Headline, ABC-7 Chicago, yesterday. ● Chaser: 4 of Illinois’ last 7 governors went to prison. —Headline, the AP, January 30, 2013. ● Hangover: Is Chicago really that corrupt? Yes. —Headline, John Kass, the Chicago Tribune, December 14, 2016.
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