In what could be the 28-year incumbent’s toughest race yet, a changing Rogers Park considers another option.
“We can’t move forward together as a city, as a state, as a country, if people aren’t willing to see the other person and not villainize them.”
Does the reform candidate stand a chance in post-Rahm Chicago?
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A Pritzker-backed machine operator, a rogue three-time candidate, a U of C darling, and lots of idealistic novices compete in a ward known for corruption.
But the mayoral candidate doesn’t mention ways to help the Tennessee woman who killed her sexual assaulter at 16 and got a life sentence.
They may have little name recognition and no campaign funds, but the regular people running for mayor are committed to making the city thrive.
In the district that’s been reelecting Mike Madigan every two years since 1970, some say they only ever see him on TV.
Though House Bill 4469 to turn Cook County Jail into an official polling location remains at a standstill, representatives who worked on the bill remain positive and motivated.
Next week’s election could be the first in nearly 30 years to unseat a Cook County judge
Lift the Ban Coalition steps up pressure for state senate vote on rent control bill
The activist group Protect Our Parks claims that the city’s plan to turn 19 acres of Jackson Park over to the Obama Foundation is unconstitutional.
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Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez, who is taking on Deb Mell, closely resembles the 28-year-old socialist from the Bronx who upset a powerful congressman in New York.
Surfrider Chicago says the penalty against the northwest Indiana steelmaker should be $5.3 million, not the proposed $600,000.