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If he succeeds, Ford would join 12 others who have secured spots on the Feb. 26 ballot.
Forget the logistics of merging two huge bureaucracies. Daley's motive, making sure every kid has access to a college education, is worth attention.
Under the mayoral candidate's education proposal, elected Neighborhood School Councils would replace the Local School Councils.
CTU President Jesse Sharkey lambasted Bill Daley’s proposal to replace local school councils.
The criminally charged 14th Ward aldermen isn’t running for mayor, but his presence loomed as large at the Northwest Side forum.
In a fundraising drop late Friday, Bill Daley reported another $430,516 in contributions from deep-pockets donors.
Fourteen of the candidates for mayor responded to our questions about Chicago’s finances. Among our questions was this one: Revenue: Of the following often proposed sources of new revenue for Chicago, which do you favor, and why? A Chicago casino Legalized and taxed recreational marijuana A LaSalle Street tax A commuter tax A property tax […]
Almost all the candidates favor amending the Illinois Constitution to allow for a graduated income tax, which would raise the tax rate on the wealthy.
The problem with that sweeping generalization is that some U.S. cities with commuter taxes are thriving.
The questioning — and verbal fireworks — began with the federal corruption scandal that threatens to bring down embattled 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke.
The mayoral debate at Whitney Young — a selective enrollment high school — was organized and moderated completely by students.
Candidates for mayor agreed Thursday that racism is something that needs to be talked about, even as they treaded cautiously themselves.
The candidates for mayor were quick to offer their opinions about the six-year-nine month prison sentence given to Jason Van Dyke.