Runoff season is here, and Chicago may further freshen up the City Council.
A look at five City Council races that show the shifting political landscape in Chicago.
Fighting to stay in the City Council, Alderman Toni Foulkes tells voters that she is, in fact, African-American.
Affordable housing has been a divisive issue in the 46th Ward for years, but neither candidate for alderman is talking about it much before the April 7 runoff.
In the first election after a ward remap, Aldermania strikes again.
And neither Alderman Solis nor the city can explain why.
Progressive Carlos Rosa enters the race to take on Rahm’s loyalists.
At the moment, four people are on the ballot to challenge incumbent alderman Danny Solis
Mayor Rahm faces a tough decision in deciding which abject loyalist he should support for alderman of the seventh ward.
The Cirque de Silly is back in town.