A new ABC docuseries focuses on the young public official changing the face of Chicago politics.
Vying to flip one of four Republican seats, the 29-year-old would be the first Muslim in the county legislature.
Cook County’s treasurer of 20 years was a firecracker in the early 90s. Hell, she still is.
The longtime political watchdog emerged from the primaries as the Third District Republican candidate for Cook County Board, running for the seat vacated by Jerry “Iceman” Butler.
The Cook County commissioner also opens up about his flip on the soda tax and why he decided not to take challenge Rahm again.
Also, Legionnaires’ Disease might be a problem in the state capitol.
Also, the City Council approved Emanuel’s 2018 budget with a 47-3 vote.
Also, Emanuel slams Trump for “pointing fingers” at Chicago again.
The pop tax repeal only puts off the inevitable.
Also, Emanuel’s right-hand man steps down and will be free to work part-time on 2019 mayoral campaign.
Also, the Cook County Board is supposed to vote on a penny-per-ounce soda tax Thursday.
Also, Mavis Staples enlists interesting new collaborators, and the media wonders whether Governor Rauner has a state e-mail address.
The Cook County board president says she’s focused on her reelection effort but refuses to rule out a mayoral bid.
She’s quickly come to understand that politics is not always about who’s right.
Plus: Observations on Chicago’s neighborhoods, DePaul’s tenure process, and Gossip Wolf vs. DeRogatis