The nine-term lawmaker took a two month medical leave in June. He was admitted to the Mayo Clinic for depression and gastrointestinal treatment.
Most recently Jackson defeated former congresswoman Debby Halvorson in a Democratic primary. He is currently under investigation by the House Ethics Committee in connection to raising funds for Rod Blagojevich’s campaign in exchange for Barack Obama’s former Senate seat.
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