Dorothy Brown may not make the mayoral ballot

By Bill; Cameron, WLS-AM News

(CHICAGO) In the race for mayor, candidate Dorothy Brown may not have enough valid nominating signatures to have her name placed on the ballot.

Dorothy Brown appears to be more than 1100 signatures short.

And here’s why Brown says they’re after her.

“Because I’m unbought and unbossed!”

Jim Allen at the Chicago Board of Elections has this take on Brown’s claim of fraud.

“Patently and probably false.”

And several of Brown’s petitions display signatures that appear to have been written by the same hand.

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