Jesse Jackson Jr Appologize And Barack Obama‎ Looking into This Matter

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The Chicago Sun-Times report goes on to state that “a major political fund-raiser” told federal authorities that Jackson personally directed him to offer Blagojevich millions of dollars in campaign cash in exchange for the appointment of Jackson to the Senate, to succeed President Obama.

Jesse Louis Jackson, Jr. is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives representing Illinois's 2nd congressional district, which includes the part of the Southland southeast suburbs of Chicago and part of the Chicago South Side. The son of activist and former presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, he has served the 2nd district since winning a special election on December 12, 1995 to fill the seat vacated by Mel Reynolds.

Jackson Jr. has fought hard for the South Side, arguing for developers to build homes and businesses, not incinerators and jails, in his 2nd Congressional District.


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