Friday, January 28, 2011

Illinois Supremes Rule in Favor of Emanuel

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled 7-0 late Thursday that Rahm Emanuel can run for mayor of


Emanuel's legitimacy to run for mayor was questioned by some who took him to court on the matter. They claimed that because he lived in Washington D.C. for most of last year as White House chief-of-staff, he did meet the one-year residency requirement to appear on the ballot in Chicago.

Polls indicate that Emanuel is well ahead in the polls, for the February election.


  1. Now the election on the 22nd will be even more interesting! The Chicago news was on fire talking about the Supremes quick response.

  2. Voters are terrorists.