April 13, 2009

VERY Good Pal of Joe Moore Pledges Pay-To-Play


(Tribune photo by Alex Garcia)
The Jackson $5 million?

The Sun-Times has learned that 2 members of Chicago’s Indian community sent word to Blagojevich’s camp that Jesse Jackson Jr. would raise $5 million in exchange for Obama’s Senate seat


BY NATASHA KORECKI Chicago Sun-Times Federal Courts Reporter, April 13, 2009

Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s camp was told last year that U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) would raise up to $5 million in campaign cash for the ex-governor if he was appointed to President Obama’s U.S. Senate seat, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. ... This is the first revelation that a proposal for the Jackson appointment involved an alleged promise that he’d raise campaign cash for the ex-governor. ... a longtime fund-raiser and wealthy health care businessman, Raghuveer Nayak, would help organize fund-raising

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Nayak, Raghu
7616 Paulina Av.
Chicago, IL 60626

$500.00 5/22/2002 to Citizens for Joe Moore

Rogers Park One Day Surgery Inc.
7616 N. Paulina
Chicago, IL 60626

$1,500.00 1/28/2008 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$1,000.00 4/1/2007 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$1,500.00 2/9/2006 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$1,500.00 1/13/2005 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$1,000.00 2/28/2004 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$1,000.00 2/12/2004 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$500.00 2/19/2003 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$500.00 1/29/2001 to Citizens for Joe Moore
$500.00 3/10/2000 to Citizens for Joe Moore

That's almost $10K toward propping up the incumbency of Joe Moore!

Nayak is telling the Feds what he knows of pay-to-play, according to a Tribune report.

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