The mayoral candidate spoke at a fundraiser for a group that has promoted transphobic rhetoric.
The election will likely decide the fate of Elon Musk’s plan for the O’Hare Express, which transit experts view with skepticism.
The Reader‘s mayoral cheat sheet is here to help.
You wrote the questions. They answered.
A tale of two endorsement sessions—the Tribune v. the Grassroots Collaborative
At back-to-back forums last week 11 candidates fielded questions and even provided some answers.
If nothing else the mayoral race is full of experienced players equipped to speak some truth to Rahm.
The more candidates who run, the harder it is to make the ballot—especially given the signature-challenge game.
Biss, Daiber, Hardiman, Kennedy, Pritzker—man, I can’t make up my mind.
Also, Tinley Park police release a new image of the Lane Bryant shooting suspect ten years after the tragedy.
Also, speculation is growing that Paul Vallas will run against Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Also, the Chicago Mariachi Project is working to preserve Mexican culture among local students.
Also, Obama’s Chicago staff reflect on working in the White House.
The district did say LaRaviere is free to run for head of the principals’ association.
When it comes to correcting past pension mistakes, geezers and ordinary taxpayers pay the price, while the powerful few who made the mistakes continue to prosper.