Despite his many flaws, Michael Madigan was one of the few Democrats in Illinois with the guts to stand up to the Rauners & Griffins.
The Reader‘s mayoral cheat sheet is here to help.
Chicago voters finally get another chance to elect a mayor who won’t tax the poor to feed the rich.
You wrote the questions. They answered.
A tale of two endorsement sessions—the Tribune v. the Grassroots Collaborative
The Chicago Independent Venue League shouldn’t have to push back against the Live Nation handouts in the Lincoln Yards development—but City Hall doesn’t protect Chicago’s homegrown music scene.
But the mayoral candidate doesn’t mention ways to help the Tennessee woman who killed her sexual assaulter at 16 and got a life sentence.
At back-to-back forums last week 11 candidates fielded questions and even provided some answers.
Thanks to former Mayor Daley and his allies, Chicago has the highest mayoral signature requirement in the country.
With the Christmas season upon us, Chicago Democrats will get in the spirit by dropping into the mud and doing a little wrestling, eye-gouging included. The battle will heat up as mayoral and aldermanic candidates attempt to exploit arcane and arbitrary election laws to bounce their opponents from the ballot. Because, as we all know, it’s […]
Also, Chicago police used a Trump Hotel conference room during the Women’s March.
Also, West Town’s Green Zebra restaurant is closing after 13 years of business.
The state comptroller is no one’s “mini-me.”
Also, Rahm says Trump administration is “playing politics” to promote its law enforcement policies.
Also, Chicago is raising $2.5 million less than anticipated from its seven-cent bag tax.