New Preckwinkle Ad Attacks Lightfoot's Critical Failure At 911 Center"You don't engage in cover-ups when things go wrong, you take responsibility and try to address the problems."
Preckwinkle Campaign Won't Be Airing Ads For A While; Expert Says "It Means They're Broke"Chicago mayoral candidate Toni Preckwinkle says she won't be airing any more television ads, at least for a while.
Preckwinkle Has Stopped Spending Money On TV AdsMeantime, Toni Preckwinkle received the endorsement of a host of west siders, including Illinois U.S. Congressman Danny Davis.
Preckwinkle Downplays Lightfoot's Endorsements From Former Mayoral RivalsLightfoot has raised $676,000. By contrast, Preckwinkle has raised $329,000 with labor unions the biggest contributors at $135,000.
Mayoral Candidates Outline Their Solutions For Chicago's ProblemsBoth candidates said poor communities need more investment, jobs, and mental health facilities.
A Compliment Being Questioned As Criticism In Mayoral RaceHer endorsement by Kelly Cassidy was a rallying cry for LGBTQ voters to flock to the polls for Lightfoot. The unknown question: How many conservative voters may be motivated to vote against Lightfoot, for the same reason.
Lightfoot, Preckwinkle Pick Up More EndorsementsLori Lightfoot gladly accepted the backing of former candidate Willie Wilson, who won 14 of Chicago's black wards, in the election's first round. But Toni Preckwinkle's campaign charged that Wilson sought to name key commissioners and asked Preckwinkle to pay his campaign costs in exchange for Wilson's support.
The Money Machine In The Chicago Mayoral RaceLightfoot has been her own biggest contributor, donating $266,000 to her campaign. But various factions of the SEIU have poured in more than 3.2 million dollars for Preckwinkle.
Lightfoot: 'I Have The Right Experience To Lift This City Up And Forward'A new, independent poll for a children's advocacy group shows Lightfoot at 58 percent, Toni Preckwinkle at 30 percent with just 12 percent undecided.
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."
Political Candidate Says There's A Double Standard On Spending Money"I'm tired of white people telling me how to spend my own money to help poor people and the needy."
Claar Leads Bolingbrook's Mayoral Race, By Just 104 VotesFacing a legitimate challenger for the first time in 20 years, Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar took action -- and went knocking on doors.