And then for the first time in history a Cook County state’s attorney was reelected for a third time.
Why should a city be mandated to do something by the federal government or state government without the money to do it?
No one can earn a million dollars honestly.- William Jennings Bryan
People first, then money, then things.- Suze Orman
The money is great, no way am I complaining.- David Wells
Money never prevented anyone from being happy or unhappy.- Eddie Barclay
We buy things we don't need with money we don't have to impress people we don't like.- Dave Ramsey
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I’ve reached out to other mayors throughout the United States to form an Olympic Task Force of Mayors, and to community leaders, Congress, and businesspeople. As thousands of people around the country join the movement, it gets more and more exciting.
And the political system is changing rapidly in this country, and we better realize that. The elephants or donkeys are not what younger people look to. They look at individual candidates’ philosophy, and I think it’s a different time and a different generation.
Everybody would love to be mayor of Chicago. If you look at what we have done over many, many years and where we are today and the commitment by the business community, the commitment by the not-for-profit community – all this coming together – this is a wonderful city.
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Richard Michael Daley, sometimes known as "Richie" Daley, is a former Mayor of Chicago, Illinois. Daley was elected mayor in 1989 and reelected in 1991, 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2007. At 22 years, he was the longest serving Chicago mayor, surpassing the tenure of his father, Richard J. Daley.Prior to serving as mayor, Daley served in the Illinois Senate and then as the Cook County State's Attorney.
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