Watch Berkowitz w/R Primary State’s Attorney Candidate O’Brien on the key issues & on Foxx, Conway & more: Cable & Web
Tuesday at 8:28 pm
Tonight’s City of Chicago, suburban and Evanston editions of Public Affairs features Republican Primary, Cook County State’s Attorney Candidate Judge Patrick O’Brien. The show airs:
1. Throughout the City of Chicago proper at 9 pm on Cable Ch. 21 (CAN TV).
2. Tonight in 25 Chicago Metro Suburbs at 8:30 pm:
-on Cable Ch. 19 in Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, parts of Inverness, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northfield, Palatine, Rolling Meadows and Wilmette and
How does Judge Pat O’Brien stack up against his Republican Primary opponent?
And, if Pat O’Brien wins the Republican nomination on March 17, how would he stack up against Democratic Party potential opponents: Kim Foxx, Bill Conway, Bob Fioretti and Donna More?
What is the Smollett Kim Fox mess all about? Did Foxx do something wrong– unethical or illegal– to cause the mess? Is it a hanging offense? Who will do the hanging if it is?
Who gets the credit for homicides declining in Chicago in last 3 years? Or, should there even be credit for simply returning to 2015 levels, that reflect much higher homicide rates than NYC and LA.
Is the Cook County bail policy a mess? If yes, who is to blame?
What are the most important qualifications to be Cook County State’s Attorney? Does Judge O’Brien have some of them? all of them? Do his actual or potential opponents have the qualifications? The Right Stuff? O’Brien have the Right Stuff? These and many more questions all answered tonight on Public Affairs
Bill Conway, Bob Fioretti, Christopher Pfannkuche, Cook County Bail Policy, Dan Webb, Donna More, Homicides in Chicago, Illinois Channel, Jeff Berkowitz, Judge Tim Evans, Jussie Smollett-Foxx mess, Kim Foxx, Pat O”Brien, Public Affairs, Qualifications for Cook County State’s Attorney, R Primary State’s Attorney race, Shoplifting in Cook County