In the Chicago P.D. episode “Trust,” a defense attorney is murdered after a fundraiser, and Voight’s (Jason Beghe) Intelligence must confront the world of campaign finance, which makes them reconsider their decision to back the current pro police mayoral candidate Brian Kelton. The fundraiser was held for Kelton, the current Superintendent of Police, who Deputy Superintendent Katherine Brennan (Anne Heche) is rooting for (for her own politics motives). Brennan is pressuring Voight to back Kelton, too. But supporting Kelton won’t be easy for Voight. After the event, Kelton has a private conversation in an alley with a worried-looking Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer).
Pro-Cop mayoral candidate Brian Kelton is portrayed by John C. McGinley. He’s best known for his roles Scrubs (Dr. Perry Cox), and in several dramatic films including Se7en (California), Talk Radio (Stu), Oliver Stone’s Wall Street (Marvin, SEE LINK ABOVE) and Platoon (Sgt. O’Neill) both with Charlie Sheen, among others. McGinley is currently starring in the IFC series Stan Against Evil (as police sheriff Stanley Miller who battles angry demons haunting his small New Hampshire town). Chicago P.D. airs Wednesdays at 10 pm on NBC, right after Chicago Fire.
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