As the City Council prepares to redraw its ward boundaries according to the latest census numbers, Asian-American residents want to make sure their voices are not lost in the process.
Residents of 14 of Chicago’s 50 wards are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in runoff elections for alderman.
This week’s elections will usher in a new look for the Chicago City Council, even if all the incumbents on the ballot win.
Early voting begins this coming Monday for aldermanic run-off elections in 14 Chicago wards.
While the mayoral race has dominated the headlines, voters a week from Tuesday will also be casting their ballots in several hotly-contested aldermanic races.