Chicago Coalition For Mayor
The Chicago Coalition for Mayor tapped Davis as its “consensus” candidate, but not everyone — including potential opponents — is happy with the choice.
A coalition of African-American elected officials, pastors, business leaders and others have chosen U.S. Rep. Danny Davis as their so-called “consensus candidate” for mayor, after more than two months of discussions.
Hendon said Friday he’s leaving the race for mayor of Chicago in the name of unity in the black community.
CBS 2 is learning that U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.), fresh off a major re-election effort Tuesday, is re-considering and may enter the race for mayor.
State Sen. James Meeks shrugged off a decision by a coalition of African American business leaders to choose two other mayoral candidates as finalists for the group’s “consensus candidate” for mayor.
A coalition of African-American business and community leaders has narrowed its choices for a consensus black candidate for mayor down to two finalists: former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun and trial attorney Larry Rogers Jr.
A coalition of African-American leaders has narrowed its choices for a consensus candidate for mayor down to two finalists.