Illinois state Sen. James F. Clayborne Jr., the Democratic majority leader, is quitting after a 22-year career defined by patronage and bills crafted because his son got in trouble in 4th grade.
Illinois state Sen. James F. Clayborne Jr., the Democratic majority leader, is quitting after a 22-year career defined by patronage and bills crafted because his son got in trouble in 4th grade. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat
Illinois state Sen. James F. Clayborne Jr., the Democratic majority leader, is quitting after a 22-year career defined by patronage and bills crafted because his son got in trouble in 4th grade. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat

Clayborne was a great public servant. And by that, we mean the public served him.

September 26, 2017 07:00 PM