What’s Next For Madigan’s House Seat And Democratic Party Leadership

Illinois Legislature
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, speaks to lawmakers while on the House floor at the state Capitol on Thursday, May 26, 2016, in Springfield, Ill. Lawmakers are pressing ahead in an effort to resolve their budget deadlock, a day after House Democrats pushed through a proposal that Republicans decried as phony and out of whack. Republican Rauner has signaled he would veto the bill, but it still must get through the Democrat-controlled Senate. AP Photo/Seth Perlman / Associated Press
Illinois Legislature
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, speaks to lawmakers while on the House floor at the state Capitol on Thursday, May 26, 2016, in Springfield, Ill. Lawmakers are pressing ahead in an effort to resolve their budget deadlock, a day after House Democrats pushed through a proposal that Republicans decried as phony and out of whack. Republican Rauner has signaled he would veto the bill, but it still must get through the Democrat-controlled Senate. AP Photo/Seth Perlman / Associated Press

What’s Next For Madigan’s House Seat And Democratic Party Leadership

After serving 50 years in the Illinois House, Michael Madigan’s hand-picked state Rep. Edward Guerra Kodatt to take over his position. However, after alleged misconduct against Kodatt surfaced, he resigned from the 13th Ward job after only three days being sworn in, reinforcing the 22nd District’s “zero tolerance policy in the workplace.”

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