Kim Foxx Survives Heated Race For State's Attorney, Amid Jussie Smollett ControversyFoxx's closest challenger, former Cook County prosecutor Bill Conway, called Foxx to concede Tuesday night.
Kim Foxx's Opponents For State's Attorney Come Out Swinging After New Jussie Smollett IndictmentCook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx refused on Tuesday to answer questions on about the new indictment against actor Jussie Smollett.
Kim Foxx Will Appear On March 17 Ballot; Cook County Electoral Board Rules She Has Enough Signatures On PetitionsA hearing officer earlier this week determined rival Bob Fioretti's campaign could not back up their claims that Foxx's nominating petitions showed a pattern of fraud.
Hearing Officer Rejects Challenge To Kim Foxx's Nominating Petitions, Recommends She Stay On Ballot For State's AttorneyA Cook County hearing officer determined Foxx gathered 3,362 more valid signatures than required to get on the ballot for Cook County State's Attorney.
Foxx Campaign Expects To Survive Ballot Challenge From Rival Bob FiorettiA hearing officer’s initial review of the 20,762 signatures Foxx submitted on her nominating petitions left her with 10,641 valid signatures – 3,362 more than she needs to stay on the ballot.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx Faces Ballot Challenge From Rival Bob FiorettiFacing three challengers in her bid for re-election, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx first will have to survive a challenge to her nominating petitions to stay on the ballot.
Challenger Questions Some Donations To Preckwinkle FundBob Fioretti says he’s asking the county’s ethics panel to look into more than 50 campaign contributions to Board President Toni Preckwinkle.
Preckwinkle, Fioretti Debate County Issues Before Tribune Editorial BoardCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and challenger Bob Fioretti spent an hour debating issues before the Tribune's editorial board.
At Issue: Voters Will Get Tax Revenge, Fioretti SaysFormer Chicago Ald. Bob Fioretti launched his campaign for board president amid the furor over the now-repealed Sweetened Beverage Tax.
Todd Stroger Dropping Bid For County Board President After 2 WeeksStroger spokesman Sean Howard said Stroger instead will run for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District commissioner, as he originally planned.
Former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger To Run Again In 2018“We’re not looking at the same race that was happening in 2010,” Stroger said. “This isn’t 2010. This is 2017. So this is a different age.”
Fioretti To Run Against Preckwinkle For Cook County Board PresidentThe former Chicago alderman announced Monday he’s challenging Toni Preckwinkle in the Democratic primary for Cook County Board President.
Former Alderman Fioretti Challenging State Senator Van Pelt In Democratic PrimaryNext month’s Democratic primary will see state Sen. Patricia Van Pelt facing a high-profile challenge from former Alderman Bob Fioretti.
Fioretti Hedges On Endorsing Garcia, After Calling For "United Front" Against EmanuelJust hours before the election, mayoral challenger Bob Fioretti was assuring reporters he wanted to see the “anybody but Rahm” movement stick, regardless of which candidate ended up in a runoff with the mayor.
Election Day Is Here; Will Emanuel Avoid A Runoff?The campaigning is over, it’s decision day, and the polls are open. Voters now have a chance to choose whether they want Mayor Rahm Emanuel to stay in office, and who they want to represent their ward on the City Council.