Photo: A quiet Jesse Jackson Jr. office on election night

SHARE Photo: A quiet Jesse Jackson Jr. office on election night
SHARE Photo: A quiet Jesse Jackson Jr. office on election night

With U.S, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. dealing with health issues at the Mayo Clinic his congressional office in Homewood showed no activity typical of a an election day. | Larry Ruehl~Sun-Times Media

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