Appellate court reaction

Chicago mayoral candidate <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT0000017558" title="Carol Moseley Braun" href="/topic/politics/carol-moseley-braun-PEPLT0000017558.topic">Carol Moseley Braun</a> signals she has finished answering questions at a press conference in downtown Chicago. Earlier in the day, an appellate court ruled that opponent, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT000007532" title="Rahm Emanuel" href="/topic/politics/government/rahm-emanuel-PEPLT000007532.topic">Rahm Emanuel</a>, was not eligible to run for the office. Congressman Bobby Rush, from left, and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007437" title="Jesse Jackson" href="/topic/social-issues/racism/jesse-jackson-PEPLT007437.topic">Jesse Jackson</a>, Sr., were on hand for the press conference.
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( Terrence Antonio James, Chicago Tribune / January 24, 2011 )

Chicago mayoral candidate Carol Moseley Braun signals she has finished answering questions at a press conference in downtown Chicago. Earlier in the day, an appellate court ruled that opponent, Rahm Emanuel, was not eligible to run for the office. Congressman Bobby Rush, from left, and Jesse Jackson, Sr., were on hand for the press conference.

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