La senadora estatal Celina Villanueva se enfrenta a un desafío en las elecciones primarias por parte del jefe de personal de Byron Sigcho-López.
Chuy Garcia’s first term in Congress earns progressive accolades, honorary Squad membership
Here are some of our stories on Chuy’s mustache, the potential first Muslim woman in congress, twitter bots for Jeanne Ives and the so-called “cannabis candidate.”
The Cook County commissioner also opens up about his flip on the soda tax and why he decided not to take challenge Rahm again.
It’s hard not to support the teachers one-day strike, when you consider what Rahm and Rauner are doing to our public schools.
By doing the immoral and politically stupid thing instead, Emanuel is a bum.
While I was distracted by Chicago’s epic mayoral election, Governor Rauner fired the opening salvos in his war against helping people with autism.
Watch a live stream of Reader writers Mick Dumke and Ben Joravsky tracking runoff election returns.
Were questions about Chuy Garcia’s son unfair?
Chicago remains a deeply divided city. Don’t we need a uniter more than we need a tough guy?
An enlightened debate with a couple of F-bomb-dropping Mayor Rahm canvassers illustrates the obvious: taxes are going up, no matter who wins this election.
The Trib columnist deserves credit for writing about the mayor with “tart perspicacity.”
Garcia says he’ll provide more detailed plans after he’s elected—much like Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
A real quick multiple-choice test: Why did the Obamas delay their presidential library announcement until after the April 7 mayoral runoff?
When it comes to budgets, TIFs, taxes, and other financial matters, the last people we should turn to for advice are the mayor’s City Council rubber-stampers.