Someday they’ll have to put a plaque on the site of the Lincoln Restaurant—this is where Ben and Rahm broke bread!
A harsh critic of Mayor Daley explains why he’s voting for alderman Pat O’Connor, the mayor’s floor leader, for congress.
Ben Joravsky talks about the Fifth Congressional District race on the Outside the Loop radio show.
Carlos Monteagudo may not have much money or visibility, but with strong support from med school students, he’s feeling optimistic.
Despite her opponents’ claims, Sara Feigenholtz isn’t running for Congress as a reformer, largely because she’s never been anything close.
Afternoon news update: While the mayor doesn’t want to share information, some Facebook users don’t want him to privatize any more assets. Meanwhile, it may get harder to protest parking tickets.
Mayor Daley almost apologizes for insulting city workers, but not for knocking John Fritchey around.
Alderman Patrick O’Connor didn’t show up for Sunday’s Fifth Congressional District forum, but he insists he’s in the race to win.
Cook County commissioner Mike Quigley watches Barack Obama’s inauguration from a little dive in Georgetown.
Twenty-six candidates have filed paperwork to run in the primaries to replace Rahm Emanuel in Congress.
Who’s in the race to take Rahm Emanuel’s old spot in Congress, and what wisdom they’d like to share with voters.
Lawyer and candidate Jay Paul Deratany does something few Chicago politicians have dared: writing and producing a play.
Congressional candidate Rahm Emanuel is a fast-talking deal maker with experience at the highest level of national politics. Of course, that’s not what it takes to get elected.