Braun Criticized For Comment Mentioning HitlerCarol Moseley Braun is raising some eyebrows, after she made a comment about Adolf Hitler at a rally over the weekend.
Voters Seem Unimpressed By Mayoral DebatesThe mayoral debates so far seem to have drawn a collective yawn from many Chicago voters.
Poll Shows Emanuel Surging In SupportSparks flew between Rahm Emanuel and his two closest challengers at a mayoral debate Thursday night, but a new poll shows Emanuel continuing to add to his already sizable lead.
Opponents Hammer Emanuel On Taxes, Freddie MacThe gloves have come off in the race for Mayor, with the rest of the field setting its sights on frontrunner Rahm Emanuel, attacking his “luxury services” tax proposal and his ties to mortgage giant Freddie Mac.
Emanuel Holds Big Lead, But Rivals Not QuittingThe candidates for mayor of Chicago have all but conceded that Rahm Emanuel will get the most votes on Feb. 22, but they said he won’t get the 50 percent-plus-one that he needs to avoid an April 5 runoff against the candidate who comes in second.
Mayor's Race Approaching The Home StretchWith two weeks to go in the race for mayor, the big issues for the candidates continue to be crime, education and the economy.
Mayoral Candidates Discuss Healthy SchoolsAt a forum to discuss making public schools healthier on Friday, the candidates for mayor touched on a number of other issues facing Chicago Public Schools, as well as the race for mayor itself.
Candidates Braun, Watkins Meet AgainMayoral candidates Carol Moseley Braun and Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins are meeting Friday for the first time since Braun made a comment about Watkins of being “strung out on crack.”
Braun Apologizes For Calling Rival A Crack AddictMayoral candidate Carol Moseley Braun offered a public apology Wednesday to a rival candidate she accused of being a crack addict.
Van Pelt-Watkins Wants Apology From BraunMayoral candidate Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins says she wants to hear an “I’m sorry” from Carol Moseley Braun, but she’s not betting on it.
Early Voting Underway For Mayoral RaceSome Chicago voters are taking advantage of their first chance to help pick the first new mayor of Chicago since 1989.
Moseley Braun Says Opponent 'Strung Out On Crack'The mayoral candidate made the stinging remark against rival Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins, who has demanded an apology.
Mayoral Debate Focuses On Issues, Not EmanuelThe four leading mayoral candidates focused on the city’s financial crisis and other pressing issues, rather than Rahm Emanuel’s residency controversy, in a mayoral debate Thursday evening.
Mayoral Candidates Focus On Adding CopsAs the candidates for mayor were waiting to find out if front-runner Rahm Emanuel will get to stay on the ballot, they were out talking Wednesday about their plans to fight crime in Chicago.
Rivals Criticize Chico Over City Worker ResidencyChicago mayoral candidate Gery Chico is being criticized by his rivals for suggesting the city could do without residency requirements for municipal employees.