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Jackson, Jesse (D-IL-2nd) Represenative, Retired

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Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL2), Retired

Currently: “With moist eyes and soft voices, former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife pleaded guilty to federal charges on Wednesday related to years of using campaign funds for personal expenses that included purchases of Michael Jackson memorabilia and a Rolex watch.” Via (CNN) — Read more

Bio: Jesse Louis Jackson, Jr. represented Illinois’s 2nd congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives until his resignation in 2012. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Jackson was first elected in a special election in 1995. His district included the part of the Southland southeast suburbs of Chicago and part of the Chicago South Side. He is the son of activist and former presidential candidate Jesse Jackson.

It was announced October 12, 2012 that federal prosecutors and FBI agents in Washington, D.C. have launched a new criminal investigation of Jackson involving alleged financial improprieties, including possible misuse of funds monitored by Congress. Jackson resigned from Congress on November 21, 2012, citing mental and physical health problems, including bipolar disorder, clinical depression, and gastrointestinal problems. However, he has also acknowledged that he is under two separate and distinct investigations by the House Ethics Committee and the FBI. Read more…

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Jackson, Jesse (D-IL-2nd) Represenative, Retired, 0.7 out of 5 based on 67 ratings
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  1. Jasmine2015
    Jasmine2015 says:

    There was no reason for this man to use campaign money for personal use. Then when Jackson does use the campaign money, it’s on unnecessary things like a rolex. I guess he didn’t want to spend his money but would rather spend the money of people contributing to his campaigns.

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