Chicago Board Of Elections
A court challenge was filed soon after the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners recommended that Rahm Emanuel’s name appear on the ballot for mayor.
Rahm Emanuel could find out very soon whether he will be on the ballot for mayor in February.
Today could be a critical day for Rahm Emanuel’s bid to become mayor of Chicago.
Testimony revealed that Rob Halpin sought the large sum from the mayoral hopeful shortly before he filed petitions to run against Emanuel and other contenders.
At an election board hearing on Rahm Emanuel’s bid for mayor, his tenant contradicted Emanuel’s testimony that his family stored prized possessions in a locked storage area of their house when they moved to Washington, D.C.
Testimony continues today in the residency challenge hearing of Chicago mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel.
The residency hearing for Chicago mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel lasted about 11 hours Tuesday.
But the mayoral candidate himself is expected to be questioned Tuesday as part of a Board of Elections hearing process.
Chicago’s election commissioners sorted through other challenges as a prelude to the Feb. 22 election.
Among the issues: Is Rahm Emanuel a legal resident of Chicago?
Tuesday was the last day to file objections to the nominating petitions of the 20 candidates in the race for mayor of Chicago.
Today is the last chance for candidates to file their paperwork to run for mayor, alderman, or any other elected city office.
Even though most of the polls closed 22 hours ago, thousands of votes still haven’t been counted. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports the counting could take weeks.