Kevin Graham said he’s working on “assembling a team that’s going to work hard for our members.”
With 9,730 votes cast, Police Officer Kevin Graham captured 56.2 percent of the vote to incumbent Dean Angelo’s 43.7 percent.
FOP President Dean Angelo and runoff challenger Kevin Graham both clearly feel the best way to win votes is to sidle up to the Trump administration.
From a political standpoint, Emanuel would be better off with a consent decree and federal monitor pressuring the city to change the police contract.
The president was very cordial and mentioned it ‘was a shame what was going on in Chicago,’ FOP president Dean Angelo told Sneed.
Angelo, running for re-election – balloting is ongoing through April 11 – was one of the nine FOP leaders meeting with Trump at the White House.
Dean Angelo, who represents the Chicago Police Department’s embattled and embittered rank and file, has been summoned to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.