McLean for comptroller

October 29, 1991

With the retirement of Hyman Pressman this year, the Democratic primary for comptroller became one of the city's most hotly contested elections. The winner of that race, Jacqueline McLean, is a businesswoman and two-term City Council member from the 2nd District who is well qualified to perform the independent oversight role which the job demands. We do not hesitate to endorse her over her Republican opponent, Marshall W. Jones Jr., a local funeral director.

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