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Halloween Chicago-Style: 'Da Mayor And 'Da Zombies

The mayor's message: Have a safe Halloween, zombies included. i i

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The mayor's message: Have a safe Halloween, zombies included.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office
The mayor's message: Have a safe Halloween, zombies included.

The mayor's message: Have a safe Halloween, zombies included.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office

Set aside your doubts about zombies and ignore the signs of Photoshopping (like that reflection in the window of a guy with a baseball cap).

Here's a photo/illustration that begs for some creative caption suggestions (and ChicagoNow.com has just such a contest going).

NPR's David Schaper, who tipped us off to this bit of Halloween whimsy from 'Da Mayor's office suggests: "Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel makes sure the living dead, as well as the dead dead, are registered to vote in Chicago's next election."

Emanuel's office, which posted the picture, offered this: "In case of a zombie apocalypse, remember to stay calm like Rahm. Have a happy and safe Halloween, Chicago!"

We were thinking along these lines: "Everybody knew the dead voted in Chicago, but do they also get to ride with 'Da Mayor?"

Have at it in the comments thread. And stay safe tonight.

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