Tuesday’s US Gubernatorial Elections

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Opinion Column by Stephen Lendman
Tuesday's US Gubernatorial Elections

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

The Virginia and New Jersey elections attracted national interest, why it got mine, along with how anti-Trump sentiment might affect them. 

State and local races are largely off my radar, except in my own state and city, especially Chicago politics, among the nation's worst, hugely debauched like in Washington.

Undemocratic Dems, governing like Republican neocons, win every time. GOP candidates might as well not show up. 

The party's last mayor was "Big Bill" Thompson, serving three terms, the last one ending in 1931. Dems ran the city from then to now – Richard J. Daley from 1955 through 1976, dying in office on December 20 that year.

Son Richard M. served from 1989 through May 2011, the Daley dynasty ending at that time – unless a future Daley political aspirant resumes it one day.

Current Mayor Rahm Ema
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