Wilson: Lightfoot, Preckwinkle Asked For My Support"I'm going to encourage the people who are church-based to to look at the social economic issue. People got to eat. People going to die losing their homes. Let's look at those issues."
Preckwinkle: 'I'm Grateful To Be In The Runoff'Toni Preckwinkle is one election away from the biggest job of her political career, mayor of Chicago.
A Match Up No One Saw Coming: Lightfoot Vs. Preckwinkle"People feel like the city's going in the wrong direction and they want someone who's a credible leader who's going to stand for integrity and government and lead us in a completely different way."
Byron Sigcho-Lopez, Alex Acevedo To Face Off For 25th Ward Seat Of Embattled, Retiring Danny SolisIn a crowded field of contenders, Byron Sigcho-Lopez and Alex Acevedo garnered the votes to compete in a runoff for the 25th Ward seat being vacated by Danny Solis.
Ald. Tunney Wins In Chicago's 44th Ward; Ricketts Played Hardball To Oust The AldermanOn Chicago's North Side, the battle for the 44th Ward was described as a fight between a longtime alderman and a prominent ward resident - the Chicago Cubs.
Ald. Joe Moreno Loses His 1st Ward Seat to Daniel La SpataThe 1st Ward alderman on the city's North Side will be Daniel La Spata.
High Cost And Low Turnout: The Price Of An ElectionThe total price tag for the Chicago election: 15 million dollars. Given turnout, that's about $31 for each ballot cast.
Mayoral Race Tightening Up For The Front-RunnersThe surprising survey, taken over the weekend, shows Preckwinkle, Daley and Lightfoot tied at 14 percent.
'Sense Of Optimism' For Upcoming Mayoral Election"The candidates who entered the race after (Rahm) Emanuel dropped out, have spent maybe six million in advertising and haven't budged in the polls, I think gives me a sense of optimism,"
Ahead Of Election, Accusations Of Shutting Down Candidates Forum"I think he does not want to participate in the forums because residents want to ask him some hard questions."
Robocalls Continue To Rattle 45th Ward Aldermanic Race"(There's) absolutely no truth to it. It's disgusting lies about our family and I wish they'd stop."
Aldermanic Candidate Under Fire For Controversial Photo: 'I Apologize'"It was silly. It was ridiculous. The kids in the photo were watching. They thought it was hilarious and so they wanted to take a photo with us and so we let them."
City Hall Elevators Have Ups And Downs With CitationsThis is a situation where the city cites itself but apparently has yet to make repairs.
Crossing Calamity: Pedestrians And Vehicles Fight For The Right Of Way"Everyday I come out this way, you have to hold your hand out and tell them to stop because otherwise they will not stop."
Federal Agents Raid Offices of Ald. BurkeBurke is often referred to as Chicago's most powerful alderman. The windows on the 51st Street side of Burke's headquarters were taped shut with thick brown paper and hand scribbled signs reading office closed.