Yesterday, we called Chicago Alderwoman Sandi Jackson the "x-factor" in the special election to replace her husband, former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. But Jackson told reporters Monday that she intends to remain in her City Council seat, saying she wouldn't resign unless "something catastrophic happens." The Chicago Tribune:
She further said she wasn't sure yet which candidate she would support in the special election.
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