Interview with Albert Johnson
QUESTION 4
MADISON DAVIS LACY:

I hear that. On election day, what did you do? Did you buddies come out?

ALBERT JOHNSON:

Ah, I encouraged some of my bu--buddies come on out and help us, ah, be, a runner. We, ah, participated in the caravan that has the bullhorn on it, going around. I got a chance to talk on that, so that was fun. I was saying, "Come on out and vote and punch," you know, "Harold Washington's number" at the time, which I forget. But, ah, you know it was fun and we'd go down and help senior citizen come out to the poll and stuff like that. So, I was, ah, you know, really involved in it at the time.