Chicago GOP Black Republican Caucus Leader Paul McKinley Lauds Tremendous Increase in Black Primary Turnout for the GOP

Chicago GOP Black Republican Caucus Leader Paul McKinley Lauds Tremendous Increase in Black Primary Turnout for the GOP
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Chicago GOP Black Republican Caucus Leader Paul McKinley Lauds Tremendous Increase in Black Primary Turnout for the GOP (Chicago, IL) – Paul McKinley, a leader of the Chicago GOP Black Caucus, has successfully won his election for 4th Ward Republican Committeeman. Paul McKinley was successful in the 2013 special primary election for U.S. Congress to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. in the 2nd Congressional district. McKinley edged out conservative Dr. Eric Wallace in that primary election and faced Robin Kelly in the general.

“Dr. Eric Wallace was a formidable opponent. We were successful in reaching voters in Kankakee County and Will County with our message. Our base on the South Side of Chicago and the Southland showed up for us,” said Paul McKinley.

Paul McKinley, now the 4th Ward Republican Committeeman in Chicago, is currently one of the leaders of the Republican movement in the black communities in Chicago and Cook County. McKinley lauds the tremendous number of Black people in wards across the city who decided it was time to pull a Republican ballot.

“Under the leadership of Stephen F. Boulton, our party has achieved new heights. Chairman Boulton has worked tirelessly in the community on the South and West sides. He’s been recruiting Republican Committeeman that represent those neighborhoods and those wards. The tremendous plan and efforts of Steve Boulton have led to 100% increases in Republican ballots being pulled in some wards!” stated McKinley.

Across 14 of the highest Black majority wards, the Republican party saw an increase of 64.2% in the number of Republican ballots requested.

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Chicago GOP Black Republican Caucus Leader Paul McKinley Lauds Tremendous Increase in Black Primary Turnout for the GOP
Pictured: Stephen F. Boulton, Chairman of the Chicago GOP

The Numbers

Wards 6, 15, and 20 experienced an over 100% increase in Republican Ballots pulled. The 17th Ward had a 90% increase in Republican Ballots pulled. Ward 37 saw increase of over 90%. Ward 7 and Ward 9 had about an 80% increase. Ward 21 had an increase of over 70%. Wards 8, 24, and 26 had about a 50% increase.

“I am pleased at the substantial increase in the GOP vote and I congratulate our Black Republican leaders. Our efforts in the Black communities are only just starting,” stated Stephen F. Boulton, Chairman of the Chicago GOP

Cook County States Attorney Race

Paul McKinley looks forward to the upcoming Cook County States Attorney Race between Republican Primary winner Bob Fioretti and Democratic Primary winner Eileen O’Neill Burke.

“The race for Cook County States attorney is one of the largest races in the country next to the Presidential race. We have the second largest State’s Attorney office in America! We firmly support Bob Fioretti for Cook County State’s Attorney, and the momentum that we’re seeing in these wards is going to translate into a huge race for him,” stated McKinley.

Chicago GOP Black Republican Caucus Leader Paul McKinley Lauds Tremendous Increase in Black Primary Turnout for the GOP

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  1. The Chicago Democrat machine is in for a surprise with the upcoming general election this fall. People of all races are tired of the failed socialist-driven policies of the left. America is but a fraction of what it used to be. Democrat-led states have turned into a dystopian delusion that favors criminal insanity over the rights of law-abiding citizens.

    Try as they might, but the days of electronically “adjusting numbers” and “discovering extra ballots” are nearing an end. Those Republican voices will be mighty and will be heard not only in Illinois, but throughout the nation.