Writing a Ticket

February 1968
Time;2/16/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p32
The article reports on the strategies made by several politicians to get the gubernatorial seat left by Illinois Governor Otto Kerner in 1968. It highlights some potential candidates for the position including Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, State Treasurer Adlai Stevenson III and Sargent Shriver. It mentions that they bolster their line up in the Democratic Party to win the Governor's chair. It notes that Kerner, who served as governor for two terms, preferred not to run for the election.


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