A new law popped up on March 30th that prohibits anyone who has voted in a partisan primary election from running in the next general election.
Just a continuation of what Abner Mikva was told when he tried to volunteer at his local Democratic Party ward headquarters:
One would have thought that Dee Beaubien, who worked the phones to get her husband’s budget man, Kent Gaffney, appointed to fill Mark’s spot, would have voted in the Republican primary election for him.
But she didn’t.
She took a non-partisan ballot and voted only the electric aggregation referendum in Barrington Hills. The proof can be seen below:
Let the battle of the millionaires begin.