New Chicago Congresswoman Robin Kelly has not been indicted In a stunning turn of events, Chicago voters elected a woman to Congress who is not under indictment. In fact, Congresswoman Kelly has never been indicted. She has not been accused of any wrongdoing of any kind. Voters may express concern how she can be an [...]
At the L.A. Times Festival of Books, Kelly Oxford sat down with Times columnist Robin Abcarian to talk about her book “Everything Is Perfect When You're a Liar,” the Twitter star's first collection of humorous essays.
DC made major news last week when they revealed that Carrie Kelly, from Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Returns, was making her “regular” DC Universe debut in Batman and Red Robin #19. Do you think that it is a good idea to add Kelly to the DC Universe? 1 Comments At April 15, 2013, Les Fontenelle [...]
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman and Red Robin" #19 4.5 stars, calling the first New 52 appearance of Carrie Kelly by Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason "an amazingly touching, entertaining story."
ChocolateCity.cc Congrats Robin Kelly, Illinois’ Newest Representative Former Illinois State Rep. Robin Kelly, 56-year-old, was sworn in on Thursday by House Speaker John Boehner as the newest member of the House. Kelly will represent Illinois’ second Congressional district. Kelly takes over the seat held for 17 years by disgraced Jesse Jackson, Jr., 47-year-old, who pleaded [...]Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry One thing that you have to do in politics is win the races you're supposed to win. I'm sure there's a Vince Lombardi quote to this effect, I just can't think of it at the moment. It may not get a lot of attentionShow More Summary
With the first New 52 appearance of Carrie Kelly in this week's "Batman and Red Robin," CBR asks, do you think it's a good move to make her part of Batman's regular supporting cast?
Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., vowed she would work to reduce gun violence while in Congress.
After Robin Kelly's special election victory to replace Jesse Jackson, Jr. Tuesday night, the Chicago Sun-Times' Natasha Korecki, who helped lead the media charge against Republican Paul McKinley, reported the election by the peopleShow More Summary
Robin Kelly will be sworn in as the successor to Jesse Jackson Jr. Thursday. All her constituents want is honesty and accessibility. [ more › ]
Although he lost a hard fought campaign to anti-gun, anti-Tea Party extremist Robin Kelly on Tuesday night, Republican Paul McKinley had a more than respectable showing in a race that was deemed a no contest for the Democrat Party by the Chicago Media months before the primary election. Show More Summary
Robin Kelly will head to Washington, D.C. this week to become the next congresswoman from Illinois. With 76 percent of precincts reporting as of 8:30 p.m., Kelly, a Democrat, had earned 74 percent of the vote, trumping ballots cast for her closest challenger, Republican Paul McK …
Robin Kelly (D) "claimed victory tonight in a low-turnout contest to decide the successor to former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. in a 2nd Congressional District with a history of scandal-plagued representation," the Chicago Tribune reports.Reuters reports that with nearly three quarters of precincts reporting, Kelly had 91.9% of the vote.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Gun control supporter Robin Kelly, a Democrat, was leading by a wide margin in early returns in the race for a Chicago area U.S. House seat on Tuesday evening, according to both suburban and Chicago returns.
Former state Rep. Robin Kelly won a special election for the Illinois congressional seat.
Democrat Robin Kelly is out to a commanding early lead tonight in a low-turnout contest to decide the successor to former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. in a 2nd Congressional District with a history of scandal-plagued representation.
Robin Kelly looks likely to cruise to an easy victory in today's special election in Illinois to fill former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s vacant seat. But despite a notable lack of competition from her GOP opponent, recent campaign filings show that Kelly has continued to scoop up large campaign contributions.
GOP miscalculates on filibuster against gun legislation, especially as Newtown families begin to lobby Congress?.... Latest on the Manchin-Toomey talks… Too soon to read the 2014 tea leaves… Robin Kelly expected to cruise to victory in IL-2 special; polls close at 8 …
A Democrat running for Jesse Jackson Jr.'s seat in Congress attacked the idea of concealed-carry firearms by citing the victims of the Aurora theater shooting, who could not defend themselves in a gun-free zone. Robin Kelly, candidate...Show More Summary
With one week to go in the special election to replace disgraced former Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. in Illinois’ Second Congressional District, President Obama has chimed in and thrown his support behind the Democrat nominee, Robin Kelly. Show More Summary