***FOR THE RECORD - THE THREE TOP VOTE GETTERS WON A SEAT - THERE WERE 3 SEATS UP FOR ELECTION. BUT JUST THE FACT THIS FAT ASSHOLE CAME IN THIRD IS A GREAT START FOR ME!***
Patrick Daley Thompson, a nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley, raised more money than all of his Democratic primary opponents combined in his bid to be elected a commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, newly released records show.
Despite that edge in campaign cash and an endorsement from the Cook County Democratic Party, he didn’t lead the pack on election night last month.
The 42-year-old attorney finished third of six Democrats seeking one of three seats on the board that oversees sewage treatment in Chicago and most of Cook County. He beat former water-reclamation Commissioner Patricia Young by more than 32,000 votes to win the last Democratic slot on the November ballot and — if past general elections are any indication — should win election in the fall.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWS STORY