Chicago Mayoral Candidate Hands Out $500,000 Cash to Potential VotersChris Menahan
Jul. 23, 2018
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The Illinois State Board of Elections says it's A-OK for Chicago mayoral candidate Willie Wilson to hand potential voters $500,000 in cash.
Don't worry though, Wilson said he only gave out money to people who "got out of prison" or "don't have I.D."
Chicago mayoral candidate Willie Wilson says he wasn't trying to buy anyone's vote when he handed out close to $200,000 to churchgoers.Wilson told CBS Chicago, "That was my personal money that I give to people who otherwise don't have I.D., got out of prison, don't have I.D., but they're hungry."
Voters no doubt breathed a sigh of relief after learning he gave the money to criminals who got out of prison and have no forms of identification!
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