Ben Adamowski

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Benjamin S. Adamowski (November 20, 1906-March 1982) was a politician in Chicago, Illinois. His father, Max Adamowski, was an alderman and tavern owner in Chicago. He graduated from DePaul University Law School in 1928. He served in the Illinois State Legislature, representing the 25th District from 1931-1941.[1] Ben unsuccessfully challenged Mayor Richard J. Daley in 1963 in the Mayoral race of Chicago. He ran as a Republican.

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