Ex-Nazi Chief Arthur Jones More Likely To Be GOP Nominee For Congress

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CHICAGO — An outspoken Holocaust denier is more likely to seem on the November poll because the Republican nominee for a Chicago-area congressional district.

The Chicago Solar-Instances reviews 70-year-old Arthur Jones of Lyons is the one GOP candidate within the March 20 major for the third congressional district. The closely Democratic district stretches from Chicago’s southwest aspect to suburban Western Springs and LaGrange.

Jones calls the Holocaust “the largest blackest lie in historical past.” He says he’s a former chief of the American Nazi Celebration and now leads a bunch open to “any white American citizen of European, non-Jewish descent.”

Jones has run earlier than however by no means been a viable candidate. This 12 months, Illinois Republicans didn’t discipline one other candidate and nobody challenged Jones’ petitions.

Illinois Republican Celebration Chairman Tim Schneider says “We strongly oppose his racist views and his candidacy for any public workplace.”

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