Jack Franks Still Running for State Rep. – Part 23

FRanks Not running CBS 5-16-16
Looks as if CBS-TV got it wrong.

No, it was the Associated Press, which wrote the story.

State Rep. Jack Franks did not resign from the Illinois House of Representatives.

He hasn’t even withdrawn his candidacy for his tenth re-election campaign.

He did tell Pete Gonigam, the only reporter at the May 15th Democratic Party’s slating caucus, the following:

“Franks qualified that saying he’d give up the Rep. race if the Committee can pick another candidate who’s both ‘electable’ and holds a political outlook consistent with his own.”

At the end of the AP story, Franks says,

““Politically, the easy thing would have just been to run again for state representative.

“I never do the easy thing.”

A real easy thing for Jack Franks to do would be to fill out this Withdrawal of Candidacy form and submit it to the Illinois State Board of Elections.

Withdrawal of candidacy form Jack Franks has to file to get off the ballot for State Representative

Withdrawal of candidacy form Jack Franks has to file to get off the ballot for State Representative

Check whether Franks has filed the form yet, but clicking here.


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Jack Franks Still Running for State Rep. – Part 23 — 1 Comment

  1. Keep posting this thread about Jack Franks.

    We need to keep this topic on the blog so that we Can post about Franks misdeeds.

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