Well, at least four of the five did.
Rahm Emanuel is a heavy favorite, but Garcia offers voters a compelling personal history.
The mayor’s reelection claims on the minimum wage and pre-k education don’t add up.
Chicago-style democracy is alive and well as aldermanic candidates start lining up for February’s election.
The greatest tribute we can pay to Mayor Jane Byrne is to elect a new mayor!
Mayor Rahm races his South Loop deal through the City Council like one of his cars speeding through a red light.
Proco “Joe” Moreno bashes Rahm, Will Burns gets booed, Toni Preckwinkle is a no-show, and other observations from the big anyone-but-Rahm rally.
No surprise with the infrastructure fund: once again, the City Council gives the mayor what he wants.
State senator Rickey Hendon has retired, and the wheeling and dealing has just begun to replace him.