The second runoff debate, between Rahm Emanuel and Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, airs on Fox 32 at 9 PM. If the candidates are asked these Facebook questions, maybe it will go like this.
Under Mayor Emanuel, most economic development funds are spent downtown while neighborhood investments lag behind.
In a conversation about his new memoir and the future of the city, the veteran political strategist makes another plug for reelecting his longtime friend Mayor Emanuel.
A college student asks the mayoral candidates about segregation, and is disappointed by their answers.
Which mayoral campaign is more untruthful? It’s debatable.
A real quick multiple-choice test: Why did the Obamas delay their presidential library announcement until after the April 7 mayoral runoff?
Garcia takes the Willie Wilson sweepstakes.
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.
The mayor—with help from Governor Rauner—tries to build his African-American support.
In last Tuesday’s first round, the mayor cruised in the easy-street wards.
And now Jesus Garcia looks ahead to April 7.
Some key questions in the race for mayor between Jesus Garcia and Rahm Emanuel.
As Rahm and Chuy prepare to do battle in the runoff election, the candidates are going to have to talk about a few pressing issues, whether they want to or not.
Mayoral candidate Jesus “Chuy” Garcia vows to keep the bad promise Rahm Emanuel broke of fighting violence with extra police.
Whether you love Rahm or can’t stand the guy, the city will be better off if he has to deal with a little more democracy.