The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police changed their top leadership Wednesday after members elected 19th District patrolman Kevin Graham from the Blue Voice slate as the union’s president for a three-year term. Graham, in a runoff election, defeated incumbent Dean Angelo 56.21% to 43.79%. This is the second time in a row the FOP elected their president in a close election. Angelo defeated his predecessor, Mike Shields, in a 2014 runoff election.
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