Cicero Town President Larry Dominick easily won his bid for re-election Tuesday in a contentious three-way contest marked by accusations of corruption, voter intimidation and ballot-fixing.
Things are getting heated in Cicero, where Town President Larry Dominick is being accused of political intimidation.
Juan Ochoa, a challenger to Larry Dominick, says the incumbent cannot run because he owes the city both business license fees and permit fees for construction work on his own home.
The town of Cicero will be forking over $500,000 as part of a settlement to a former town worker.
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick campaigned on a pledge to end nepotism, but now, a published report says he has put his wife and at least eight of her relatives on the public payroll.
A piece of the storied history of corruption in west suburban Cicero can now be yours.
It has only been one year since former Cicero town president Betty Loren-Maltese returned to the Chicago area after serving a seven year sentence in a California prison and now hopes to get her conviction overturned.
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