Dorothy Brown’s Campaign calls on the Illinois State Board of Elections to Fine Toni Preckwinkle and to Open A Full Audit of her Campaign Funds for Her Funny Accounting
“Enough Is Enough Machine Politics Must Go”
Toni Preckwinkle’s Campaign updated its records to recognize receipt of a campaign donation and the return of a donation from a firm tied to the Alderman Edward Burke’s indictment. Dorothy Brown’s campaign asks the questions: How many other contributions have not been reported? What else is Toni Preckwinkle’s campaign fund hiding? How many other businesses have donated under duress? Campaigns are to report all contributions received. Therefore, the Illinois State Board of Election must investigate and mete out any fines required and audit all of the campaign funds of Toni Preckwinkle.
The kind of campaign fundraising shenanigans alleged in Alderman Edward Burke’s indictment and Toni Preckwinkle’s funny accounting are evidence of “Machine Politics” in Chicago at its best and Toni Preckwinkle is directly tied to it. “Machine Politics” must go, it has oppressed Chicago citizens long enough.
Dorothy Brown has called for an end to the ward level approach to economic development. The facts laid out in Alderman Burke’s indictment are a perfect example of why the ward level approach has hindered fair and equitable economic development in Chicago. It is rife with the possibility of corruption.
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Statement attributable to Chicago Mayoral Candidate Dorothy Brown, January 4th 2019. Visit www.dorothyformayor for details on the campaign.
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