ksatifka Wrote:
Nov 15, 2012 12:13 PM
If Chicago does indeed remain are corrupt as you say, then the Feds have some jurisdiction to get in there and clean things up. Just because some cities are corrupt is no reason to give up on a popular vote. If Illinois was close, then under the EC it would be HUGE if Chicago put the Dem over the top. When dispersed over the nation, corruption in Chicago would have less bearing on the outcome.