Sandi Jackson

Sandi Jackson

Sandra Lee "Sandi" Jackson (born Stevens, formerly Sandra Lee Stevens), (born September 14, 1963), was elected to the Chicago City Council as an alderman of the 7th ward (map) of the City of Chicago in the 2007 municipal elections held on February 27, 2007. She succeeded Darcel A. Beavers who had been appointed by Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley after the 2006 November elections to succeed her father William Beavers, Jackson's rival, as alderman of the 7th Ward. Jackson resigned from Chicago City Council, effective January 15, 2013. On February 20, 2013, Jackson plead guilty to one count of filing false tax returns.

She is the wife of former U.S. Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. and daughter-in-law of Jesse Jackson. Her candidacy for the city council of a major city was part of national news stories in The New York Times, and thoughts of her running for a position in the United States House of Representatives was noted in Time.

Jackson has also been a longtime political consultant through her solely owned consulting firm J. Donatella & Associates.

Read more about Sandi Jackson:  Personal Life, Early Political Experience, Aldermanic Career, Non-Aldermanic Work

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