Follow-up: Task Force Vote Fraud Investigation: "Kusper Crony Draws Big Fee From Vote Board" - William Mullen and George Bliss - Chicago Tribune

Follow-up: Task Force Vote Fraud Investigation: "Kusper Crony Draws Big Fee From Vote Board" - William Mullen and George Bliss - Chicago Tribune

by: William Mullen, George Bliss | publication date: October 9, 1972 | Publication: The Chicago Tribune | pages: 1, 5

"William R. Ming, convicted tax evader and law associate of Stanley T. Kusper Jr., has collected more than $74,000 as special attorney for Kusper's Chicago Board of Election Commissioners.  The Controversial Kusper has been able to keep Ming on voucher payments from the board while the board has failed for three years to fill a budgeted vacancy for a full-time attorney at $15,000 a year.  That is less than half the $32,320.83 the city has paid Ming so far in 1972. . ."

Reports on the money paid to one of Kusper's associates through the Chicago Board of Elections Commissioners. Supplemental to the Tribune's task force report on vote fraud in the city.

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