Rahm Back On The Ballot


Well, with a state Supreme Court picked for decades by Democrats, did you expect them to vote against Rahm-bo?

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled today that Rahm Emanuel can stay on the ballot for mayor of Chicago.

The decision comes without a moment to spare; early voting for the Feb. 22 city election begins Monday, Jan. 31.

But the most unintentionally funny paragraph is the last one:

Still, elections officials suggested that voters might want to wait a bit before casting an early ballot, given the uncertainty in the mayor’s race. Early voting runs Jan. 31 to Feb. 17.

And here I thought the rule in Chicago was, vote early, vote often!

Fortunately, now all those wonderful people in Chicago cemeteries can vote for Rahm.

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Conservative Wanderer is currently Editor-in-Chief of That's Freedom You Hear! That means anything that goes wrong can be blamed on him. Previously he was a contributor to the PJ Tatler.

One response to “Rahm Back On The Ballot”

  1. 49erDweet says :

    In a reasonable location with reasonable voters that last paragraph would have been a death knell to the big guy’s candidacy. It wouldn’t have cost him at least 20% of the vote, enough to tip the scales in another’s favor. This being Chicago, with the voters coming from so many cemeteries, anything can happen. This should be fun.

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