Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Quigley on the Web and Cable TV

Our show with Mike Quigley, Cook County Commissioner and candidate for County Board President in the Democratic Primary, is airing now on Public Affairs Cinema Verite [See here] . The show will also air on Cable in 24 Chicago Metro suburbs tonight and in 10 others tomorrow night and on Friday night. See here, for the "Public Affairs," regular suburban airing schedule; the show with candidate Quigley will also air this coming Monday night, Dec. 5, through-out the City of Chicago on Cable Ch. 21 [CANTV] at 8:30 pm.

See here for more about the Cook County Board President Democratic Primary. Now that former State Rep. Tom Dart [and Sheriff Sheahan's handpicked chief of Staff, handpicked successor and fellow 19th Warder] has been slated by the Democratic Party for Cook County Sheriff, I think we can safely say that neither Quigley nor Claypool will exit the County Board President Primary to run for Sheriff. State Treasurer? I don't think so. It looks like the Democrat voters have a choice, not an echo, for the Cook County Board President Nominee: Quigley, Claypool and Stroger or "QCS." But, the question is, how do you pronounce QCS?

Actually, "Quigley, Claypool and Stroger" sounds like a law firm. However, although each has a law degree, none of them practices a lot of law these days. And, I don't think the three of them would make for a real warm and friendly partnership.
Jeff Berkowitz, Host and Producer of Public Affairs and an Executive Recruiter doing Legal Search, can be reached at JBCG@aol.com