Party leaders, analysts see risks in crowded field to replace Illinois US Rep. Jackson Jr.

  • Article by: SARA BURNETT , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 23, 2012 - 4:52 PM

CHICAGO - The jockeying to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. began before the ink was dry on the former congressman's resignation letter.

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steve0starNov. 22, 12 8:48 AM

Wishing Mr.Jackson a smooth road to recovery and health. Hope he gains the courage to face the consequences of his actions.

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bearcat22Nov. 22, 1210:09 AM

Jesse Jr., his wife, and father are all criminals and the worst kind of Politicians. They serve themselves only and deserve to be imprisoned and stripped of all financial gain from their pathetic representation of the people. Unfortunately the lemmings from the South Side would vote for this scumbag no matter what. Looking forward to seeing this lying criminal behind bars.

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jdlellis1Nov. 22, 1211:42 AM

Having not been in Congress since June, not being forthright with his constituency regarding issues (health, criminal, etc.) what does his overwhelming victory in his district suggest about perhaps the myopic zeal of his constituency?

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hewonwelostNov. 23, 12 9:40 PM

Jockeying? More like more political corruption from Chi-town.

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