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Tag: Illinois primary
Joe Berrios ousted from Cook County assessor’s office; ‘Chuy’ a step closer to Congress
The head of the Cook County Dems who hired relatives and oversaw an unfair property tax system conceded the race to Fritz Kaegi.
Daniel Biss on Abu Ghraib, how to resist the urge to check out at the words ‘pension crisis,’ and what he’s learned from Michael Madigan
The Illinois gubernatorial candidate talks about the arc of progressive politics and what’s required to bring change to the state capitol.
Trump Tower: A terrible place to watch Trump win Illinois
Trump’s triumph in the Illinois primary felt decidedly less impressive inside the massive skyscraper that bears his name.
The Illinois primary’s biggest loser was Mayor Rahm Emanuel
How the Rahm factor played a role in Tuesday’s primary
A Trump delegate born in Uzbekistan stands by her man
“When you look at a man of that stature, it makes you feel safe, protected, like he’ll take care of you,” Lora Drobetsky says.
Which Democrat would make a better president for black Chicagoans? Two delegates debate.
A Clinton supporter and a Sanders supporter lobby for their candidates.
The chilling details about Tyshawn Lee’s alleged killer and other Chicago news
Also, a new poll shows strong support for Trump in the burbs, and retail is booming in the Loop.
Bill Clinton hits town to support Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and other Chicago news
Also, snow on the ground in Logan Square for a movie shoot and Rahm’s new inner circle.
Hillary Clinton hits Chicago for rallies and fund-raisers, petition asks for special prosecutor in Laquan McDonald case, and other Chicago news
Also, volunteers band together to shovel sidewalks for free in Chatham, and NBC’s Stefan Holt leaves Chicago for New York City.