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Submitted by Candidate Andrew Nelson

Chicago native Andrew Nelson re-announces his candidacy for Mayor of the City of Chicago every chance he gets by speaking aloud words that testify his intention. Mr. Nelson contends that nothing is done apart from motive and that for every effect there is a cause. The Illinois Institute of Technology alum is a bona fide scientist of the highest order, in that “Mayor Nelson”, as he calls himself, like resident Thomas Jefferson, recognizes the wise application of laws of nature as being a major determining factor in all departments of life.

Andrew Nelson’s mentor is former Chicago Mayor Harold Washington’s primary aide and protégé, Bill ‘Dock’ Walls, himself a 2007 and 2011 Chicago mayoral candidate. Mr. Nelson intends to secure the old Soul Queen Restaurant located at 9031 Stony Island Avenue, as the 2015 “Nelson for Mayor” campaign headquarters.  He will go on a national speaking/book-signing tour promoting Linda Achor’s book Death of the Justice System and his own political treatise, tentatively entitled My Sublime Jihad: Actualizing My Desire for the Good of the World and the Happiness of the Nations.  Wherein he will delineate, among other things, the Nelson Plan to make Chicago the World Centre for Nanotechnology.  Chicago’s new industry that will, over time, provide good-paying jobs for our people who will be coming out of prison, hopefully sooner than later; tapping into the more than half-trillion dollar a year federal Green Energy Jobs Initiative subsidies that Prison Industries aka Corrections Corporation of America et al have heretofore gotten the lion’s share of.

Mayor Nelson will facilitate small and medium-sized businesses in Chicago who haven’t received tax breaks, unlike certain LaSalle Street corporations, to tap into the same eight billion or so dollars earmarked for job creation through public-private partnerships currently facilitated by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and that’s just for starters.


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