Rep. Jackson’s wife says he will remain on Nov. 6 ballot
CHICAGO (MCT) — Alderman Sandi Jackson indicated Wednesday that voters might not see or hear from U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. before the Nov. 6 election, but said he would remain on the ballot with “no last-minute switcheroos.”
The veteran congressman has been on medical leave from Congress for nearly four months as seeks treatment for bipolar disorder. His wife, Chicago’s 7th Ward alderman, said that he is recuperating at the family’s Washington, D.C., home and seeing doctors two to three times a week. But Alderman Jackson could not say when Jackson would return to public life.
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