Darren Bailey starts looking for a subletter for an apartment in Chicago

STREETERVILLE — Following a failed bid for governor of Illinois, Darren Bailey is reportedly seeking a sublet for his apartment in Chicago’s famed Hancock Building. In an article currently posted on Craigslist and his campaign website, Bailey is said to be looking for someone to take over the lease while he “travels and clears his head around town.”

The Republican candidate signed a lease on the high-rise apartment in September as part of an effort to “immerse himself” in Chicago. Sources close to Bailey say he never really adjusted to life downtown.

“I told him to look for a place in Lincoln Park, but he insisted on ‘the real Chicago experience,'” said Winslow Louis, 54, an adviser to the Bailey campaign who plans to return to “auto sales used.” after the campaign was over,” but he basically spent all his time in that apartment looking out over the city and mumbling “no no no no, oh no, they’re gonna get me” and refusing to going out during the “purge hours”, by which he meant after 6 p.m.

“Most nights, we had pizza delivered by Lou Malnati. I once asked her to walk down Magnificent Mile with me after promising to hold her hand.

Political pundits and even complete laymen have speculated that Bailey calls Chicago “hell” on multiple occasions and “Silly Town” at least once may have hurt his campaign and likely contributed to his brief stint downtown. .

“I mean, unless you’re a wealthy doctor who works at Northwestern, there’s not much reason to live in Streeterville,” said Alice Greenplatt, 31, a crypto influencer who used to live in the city. region. “He should have rented a place in Oak Park or one of those South Side neighborhoods where everyone is sort of a white Republican. He would have felt more comfortable there, yelling at White Sox games at the bar with a bunch of off-duty cops.

In his post seeking a subletter, Bailey claims he’s leaving town to “clear his head” and “get some fresh air.” She is offered to leave behind the furniture, including several framed posters of vintage tractors and a bed shaped like a “cool race car”.

Bailey’s neighbors weren’t disappointed to see the former contestant looking to relocate, with an unnamed neighbor noting that “getting away from Chicago just before winter kind of proves you can’t handle Chicago.”

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