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Offline rangerrebew

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Lori Lightfoot claims she 'misspoke' when telling voters who don't support her not to vote
Lightfoot said she did not mean to suggest voters should sit out the election
Landon MionBy Landon Mion | Fox News
 

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Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, D, told South Side voters they should not vote at all if they do not vote to re-elect her, but she now insists that she misspoke during the heat of the moment.

During a campaign event over the weekend in Grand Crossing, the mayor said anyone from the South Side voting for "somebody not named Lightfoot is a vote for Chuy Garcia or Paul Vallas," referring to her challengers.

U.S. Rep. Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and former Chicago Public Schools CEO Paul Vallas are the other frontrunners in the election for Chicago mayor.


"If you want them controlling your fate and your destiny, then stay home," Lightfoot continued. "Then don’t vote."

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/lori-lightfoot-claims-she-misspoke-when-telling-voters-who-dont-support-her-not-vote
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Vote early and often, she says. No, seriously. She said that.
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