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Updated 52 min ago

Editorial: Willie Wilson supporters lash out, but should they?

Well, I knew my open letter to Willie Wilson might ruffle some feathers, but I never thought I'd end up being called an idiot or a racist! But that just goes to show how passionate people are about politics in Chicago, and rightly so, given the city's longstanding history of corruption with crooked politicians. Like Wilson supporters, I think it's admirable that someone is willing to stand up against "the machine." But that's no reason to call me all kinds...

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Well, I knew my open letter to Willie Wilson might ruffle some feathers, but I never thought I'd end up being called an idiot or a racist! But that just goes to show how passionate people are about politics in Chicago, and rightly so, given the city's longstanding history of corruption with crooked politicians. Like Wilson supporters, I think it's admirable that someone is willing to stand up against "the machine." But that's no reason to call me all kinds of names. Here I am just trying to write a heartfelt letter to a man that clearly has the financial fortitude to make an impact, but a man that, although people just don't want to admit it, IS NOT GOING TO WIN.

http://www.chicagonow.com/fitness-health/2015/01/willie-wilson-supporters-lash-out-but-should-they/

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Article: Rahm needs a healthy jolt to his system

Rahm Emanuel needs a runoff.

It would be character-building if, in the Feb. 24 municipal election, he got less than the 50 percent plus one vote required to win outright. It would force him into a rematch with his nearest adversary on April 7.

Like one of those trendy cleanses sold at Whole Foods or those polar bear plunges into Lake Michigan, it could give a healthy jolt to his system.

I know MRE (Mayor Rahm Emanuel) doesn’t think so. And I’m sure all his mega-donors who have dumped $30 million into his campaign coffers won’t agree.

I don’t worry about them. I worry about us.

http://chicago.suntimes.com/carol-marin-opinion/7/71/333421/rahm-needs-healthy-jolt-system

  • Great perspective Erica! Do you think Bob and Garcia can peel away %51? I really think Bob would really push MRE & give him a run.!😃

  • robin in WRP misanthrope

    I have seen at least two polls showing a Rahm/Fioretti runoff

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Editorial: An Open Letter to Chicago mayoral candidate Willie Wilson--PLEASE STOP NOW!

By Elana Anthony, today at 10:44 am

I want to start this letter to you Dr. Wilson, by saying that I write to you in love. I come in peace. But after watching another one of your commercials, I realized, somebody has got to sit down and reach out to you and tell you the truth, because sir, you make me glad that I moved to the suburbs. It's painful to watch your commercials. Whatever money you are using in...

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By Elana Anthony, today at 10:44 am

I want to start this letter to you Dr. Wilson, by saying that I write to you in love. I come in peace. But after watching another one of your commercials, I realized, somebody has got to sit down and reach out to you and tell you the truth, because sir, you make me glad that I moved to the suburbs. It's painful to watch your commercials. Whatever money you are using in this mayoral race could be better served doing something else. Please stop now!

Now I realize that you don't know me. But like you, I am "unashamedly Black and unapologetically Christian." While I no longer worship at Trinity's South side church, their motto will always ring true to the essence of who I am. I share that with you because I have visited your website and see your passion for Christ. I have watched your television program and I celebrate your success. You have a powerful testimony of how you came from rural Louisiana, that you didn't complete elementary school, and that your B.A. is for "Born Again". I love that! You show that God does indeed bless the unlikely and will raise up a remnant to do great things.

But sir, you becoming the Mayor of Chicago is not one accomplishment that you will have. Not because you don't have enough money to go toe-to-toe with Rahm, but simply because THIS IS NOT YOUR MINISTRY.

http://www.chicagonow.com/fitness-health/2015/01/an-open-letter-to-chicago-mayoral-candidate-willie-wilson-please-stop-now/

  • Transplant New to the south side and LOVING it!

    Hallelujah! Thank you and I hope he listens for a real contender to step forward.

  • I concur whole heartedly with your statement and I applaude you for putting it out there respectfully.

14 hours ago

Article on Public Housing Reunions

Hello! My name is Mari Cohen and I'm a reporter for the South Side Weekly, a newsmagazine that covers arts, politics, and culture on the South Side. I'm working on a piece about people who used to live in Chicago public housing projects and still attend reunions with their former neighbors. If you attend these reunions and would be willing to do a brief interview in the next few days about your reunions and why they're important to you, please let me know!

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BNC Launches Shine a Light on Bronzeville

Shine a Light on Bronzeville is a new initiative created by the Bronzeville Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC) to unify the community around the positive attributes of Bronzeville. We encourage everyone to literally “Shine A Light” in a street facing window and/or by turning on a home porch light or external business lighting after dark. We are asking that everyone begin shining their lights on February 1, 2015. This collective effort will create brighter safer streets, help display Bronzeville’s beautiful architecture and provide neighbors with a greater sense of pride and harmony. So please join our efforts and help "Shine A Light On Bronzeville."

  • Ben, it is super well organized and active! The BNC holds monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30 at the Chicago Bee Library. The meeting for January was cancelled because of the extreme cold. February's meeting will focus on the Obama Presidential Library. Hope to see you there :)

  • Ruby in Bronzeville Engaged neighborhood advocate

    Below is some information about the Bronzeville Neighborhood Collaborative

    The mission of the Bronzeville Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC) is to work together and harness the power of ALL to build the quality of life in Bronzeville.

    We celebrated our one-year Anniversary in August 2014 and we are all volunteer.

    BNC does...

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    Below is some information about the Bronzeville Neighborhood Collaborative

    The mission of the Bronzeville Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC) is to work together and harness the power of ALL to build the quality of life in Bronzeville.

    We celebrated our one-year Anniversary in August 2014 and we are all volunteer.

    BNC does not replace or compete with any existing organization BUT it is a place where we can:

    Identify problems and collaboratively develop and implement or support existing positive solutions;

    Amplify our voices to solve problems and support great efforts;

    Express a great idea and see it take shape;

    Meet our neighbors;

    Find out what is going on in our community;

    Celebrate the good that we have in common!

    We have three committees that meet monthly addressing Safety, Infrastructure and Communications. Since our inception in 2013, we have worked with the CPD, aldermanic offices, Bronzeville real-estate professionals, local churches and others in an effort to support positive Bronzeville initiatives. To learn more about BNC please plan to attend our monthly meetings (Feb. 4th, 6:00 -7:30 PM at the Bee Library) that will include a community education and Q&A session on the Presidential Library. I hope that this helps.

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  • 1. So he is saying that he does not believe in "PUBLIC SAFETY" when he is in his vehicle?
    2. Now since there are usually TWO vehicles are TWO tickets usually issued?
    3. AND do the citizens pay for these tickets out of some "public" funds or does it actually come out of Rahm's salary?
    BTW I need to time the yellow light by the Museum of Science and Industry but I thought it was not the customary 3 seconds.

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Article: During in his White House days Rahm got no endorsement from Michelle Obama

With $30 million in his campaign’s bank account but polling well shy of his needed 50% plus one to avoid a run-off, Rahm Emanuel has turned to his old boss, President Obama for a TV ad.

It will be surprising if First Lady Michelle Obama will be in it.

It is well documented that she doesn’t like The Mayor.

https://preaprez.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/during-in-his-white-house-days-rahm-got-no-endorsement-from-michelle-obama/

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    What you talking about Paul Zickus, Bridgeport is just beginning to emerge as a diverse upwardly mobile inner city neighborhood, after being dominated for the six decade by the Daley regime.

  • I wish someone would question rahm about the speed camera that used to be on 88th & western,it has been removed,my guess is that it might have been illegal to put it there because that's not a city park it's a cook county forest preserve,also the one that was at 55th and king dr. which was put in the park my guess is that the location was not profitable enough as it is in the park,also the one on 127th street.

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Audio: Bob Fioretti – City Tax for Suburbanites?

Failed polices from Rahm and a city tax for suburbanites coming into the city? Mayoral Candidate, Bob Fioretti joins Roe Conn to discuss this and his other future plans if he becomes Chicago’s new mayor.

http://wgnradio.com/2015/01/27/bob-fioretti-city-tax-for-suburbanites/

  • How about cutting free stuff you dolt?
    You want more money, yet the Section 8 program give aways are out of control.

    Suck it Bob

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Does anyone have a real estate appraiser to recommend?

Any help you can offer would be appreciated. Thanks!

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CN100 Game of the Week preview: Boys Basketball - St. Rita vs. Hales Franciscan

Game Date/Time: Friday, Jan. 30, 7 p.m.

Broadcast Dates/Times: Saturday, Jan. 31, 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.; Monday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m., on CN100, The Comcast Network.

Where: Hales Franciscan High School, 4930 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago.

Records (as of 1/27/15): St. Rita (15-2 overall, 7-0 Chicago Catholic League South), Hales Franciscan (17-2 overall, 7-1 Chicago Catholic League South).

Key players: St. Rita: Armani Chaney, Sr., G; Kain Harris, Sr., G; Charles Matthews, Sr. G. Hales Franciscan: Nick Barnes, Sr.,...

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Game Date/Time: Friday, Jan. 30, 7 p.m.

Broadcast Dates/Times: Saturday, Jan. 31, 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.; Monday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m., on CN100, The Comcast Network.

Where: Hales Franciscan High School, 4930 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago.

Records (as of 1/27/15): St. Rita (15-2 overall, 7-0 Chicago Catholic League South), Hales Franciscan (17-2 overall, 7-1 Chicago Catholic League South).

Key players: St. Rita: Armani Chaney, Sr., G; Kain Harris, Sr., G; Charles Matthews, Sr. G. Hales Franciscan: Nick Barnes, Sr., G/F; Dominic Christian, Sr., G/F; Johnny Fox, Sr., F; Joseph Larry, Sr., G; Erion Moore, Sr., G.

Fast Facts: The best player in the state of Illinois not named Jalen Brunson is featured in this game. Matthews, a long, lean slasher and elite scorer, has been on the national radar since junior high. He has maintained his lofty status at St. Rita having committed to Kentucky and sitting as the 42nd-ranked prospect nationally by ESPN. He was a finalist for the McDonald’s All-American game, but only Brunson was selected from Illinois when the rosters were announced Wednesday. Matthews isn’t the only star on his team, however. Harris, who transferred to St. Rita from Morgan Park this year, is committed to Tulane. Chaney, the team’s point guard, is headed to Tennessee. Matthews leads the team with 22.4 points per game, Harris averages 14.5 and Chaney averages 12.7. St. Rita is ranked third in the Chicagoland area by CSN Chicago. Hales is among the top Class 2A teams in the state, ranked fifth by CSN Chicago. Leading the way is two-sport star Dominic Christian. In addition to leading the basketball team, he has committed to Nevada to play wide receiver next year. He was named the CSN Chicago Allstate Athlete of the Week on Jan. 9. Fox is the team’s power forward and plays his AAU ball for Chi-City Elite.

Read more: https://www.facebook.com/notes/cn100-sports/cn100-game-of-the-week-preview-boys-basketball-st-rita-vs-hales-franciscan/786485714778024

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Who are the cowards in the 3rd ward election?

Im fine with campaigning against and opposition to incumbents but who is producing this anonymous literature that has been so negative and dare i say hateful against Alderman Dowell?

Is it the Patricia Horton Campaign? Whomever it is, first they produce hateful, basically racist anonymous literature and now more anonymous garbage that they don't have the gumption (for lack of a better word) to claim who it is from.

I don't want this garbage in my mailbox or the people passing it out on my property unless they identify themselves. Again, no problem with opposition, just have the decency to say who you are and let the chips fall where they may.

  • I got something similar delivered here but it wasn't racist. It was just opposition literature.

  • TM BVille 8 year resident

    The first one had negative racial overtones about her personal life it was in flyer form. That was a few months ago.

    You probably received the second which is fine as I mentioned but if you produce obvious campaign literature it should state who produced it whether it's from a campaign directly or some other interested party.

    Otherwise people can say anything unchecked and unaccountable for what is purported in the literature.

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Article: Forever Yogurt Coming to Bronzeville's 35th Street

CHICAGO — The South Side's first Forever Yogurt is coming to Bronzeville.

The self-service frozen yogurt shop is set to open at end of February or early March near the 35th Street Green Line station at 17 W. 35th St., said franchise owner Bill Coney.

Coney, a 36-year-old Alsip resident who grew up in Englewood, said he scouted locations across the city for his shop before realizing the building between U.S. Cellular Field, Illinois Institute of Technology and the Chicago Police Department's headquarters "was the space for me."

http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150128/bronzeville/forever-yogurt-coming-bronzevilles-35th-street

  • Thank you Erica for this information. I'm super excited about this venture! I just told a friend that I wished Bronzeville had a frozen yogurt shop because it's too difficult to access the one in Hyde Park. Hopefully the parking won't be a problem at this location.

Jan 23

Updated 2 days ago

Raise your voices!

After attending one of the Presidential Library Center meetings hosted by the Park District and reading countless articles/editorials/comments, listening to radio and TV news/talk shows; I wonder how many concerned citizens have sent our President and First Lady a note. http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/submit-questions-and-comments

Raise your voices. It may be that your note captures the heart of the issue and provides a peaceful solution to bringing the Obama Presidential Library home.

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    These key findings reinforce and deepen the conclusions of Sharkey’s 2013 book Stuck in Place, which found that over 70 percent of the African-American residents of America’s poorest and most segregated neighborhoods remain in the same disadvantaged neighborhoods as their parents and grandparents. “[S]evere neighborhood disadvantage experienced by black American...

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    These key findings reinforce and deepen the conclusions of Sharkey’s 2013 book Stuck in Place, which found that over 70 percent of the African-American residents of America’s poorest and most segregated neighborhoods remain in the same disadvantaged neighborhoods as their parents and grandparents. “[S]evere neighborhood disadvantage experienced by black American families during the civil rights era has been passed on to the current generation, with little change,” he told me an interview about the work for CityLab.

    Historian Ira Berlin described the historical black American experience as one often suspended “between the great migrations [and] periods of rootedness.” “Movement might be omnipresent in the African American experience between the sixteenth and twenty-first centuries,” he writes in his 2010 book The Making of African America, “but so too has been a sense of place.” But today, a defining feature of African American families is their lack of mobility.

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    The emphasis of this emerging plutocratic, elitist government regime in Chicago, is to disproportionately enhance and empower expanding Hispanic communities, while destabilizing, disenfranchising and displacing innercity African-American communities.

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Article: Mayoral Contenders Measured in First Debate

STREETERVILLE — The five mayoral contenders held the first of five debates Tuesday, clashing for the most part respectfully in front of the Chicago Tribune's editorial board at Tribune Tower.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel faced off with four challengers: Ald. Bob Fioretti (2nd); Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia (D-Chicago); business executive Willie Wilson; and perennial candidate William "Dock" Walls.

Emanuel touted his record with four years of balanced budgets without raising property, sales or gas taxes, saying, "The status quo was no longer working" when he took office four years ago.

Walls, though, said Emanuel's policies "have not been good for Chicago," later telling Emanuel directly, "You have failed miserably."

http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150127/streeterville/mayoral-contenders-hold-first-debate

4 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

New Chicago Mayoral Race Poll

From @ILPollster: New Poll on Chicago Mayor's Race by Victory Research: Fioretti Emerges as main challenger: Mayor 36.4%-Fioretti 18.2%. Run-off looms.

  • Ray

    Is it just my opinion or did Doc Walls hold his own yesterday in those debates?

  • Erica in Bronzeville 12 yrs in Bronzeville; Ready for a Brighter Day

    Doc Walls has been impressive to me so far, but because he's community activist, is still riding on the coattails of Harold Washington, and has a reputation of losing over and over again, he isn't taken all that seriously. He came out on the attack early on in yesterday's debate but wound up sounding a little whiny toward the end about not getting a fair shake at responses. But if anything, he helped to keep the other candidates on their toes for a bit.

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Reagonomics

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    Do you people on this thread know the history of " the boulevard of broken dreams" and how the University of Chicago conspired to disenfranchise and displace so~called African-American middle-class property owners from the historic Washington Park community, thereby creating the vacant lots along the boulevard that the sneaky, unethical...

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    Do you people on this thread know the history of " the boulevard of broken dreams" and how the University of Chicago conspired to disenfranchise and displace so~called African-American middle-class property owners from the historic Washington Park community, thereby creating the vacant lots along the boulevard that the sneaky, unethical and untrustworthy University of Chicago has been buying up since before 2011.

    The landgrab of park land in Washington Park and the land grab of prime, underutilized real estate on Garfield boulevard from Martin Luther King Drive to the Dan Ryan Expressway, by the University of Chicago is an abomination!

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    Obamanation!

3 days ago

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Blog: Fioretti Emerges As Primary Alternative to Mayor Emanuel, Could Force Run-off

African-American Voters Searching For Alternative, Not Sold on Wilson or Garcia

January 24, 2015 For more information
For immediate release Contact Rod McCulloch 312-388-1782

While Mayor Rahm Emanuel holds a two to one lead over his nearest rival exactly one month before the February 24th election, Alderman Robert Fioretti has emerged as the leading challenger to the Mayor, ccording to a new independent poll on the Mayor’s race.

The poll of 806 likely Chicago voters, conducted January 17-21 by Victory...

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African-American Voters Searching For Alternative, Not Sold on Wilson or Garcia

January 24, 2015 For more information
For immediate release Contact Rod McCulloch 312-388-1782

While Mayor Rahm Emanuel holds a two to one lead over his nearest rival exactly one month before the February 24th election, Alderman Robert Fioretti has emerged as the leading challenger to the Mayor, ccording to a new independent poll on the Mayor’s race.

The poll of 806 likely Chicago voters, conducted January 17-21 by Victory Research, shows the incumbent Mayor leading in his bid for re-election with 36.4% of the vote. Respondents answered with both land lines and cell phones. The margin of error for the poll is 3.45%

Alderman Robert Fioretti is in second place behind the Mayor with 18.2%. County Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia is third at 12.0%. Businessman Willie Wilson and William “Dock” Walls are in fourth and fifth place with 8.6% and 0.9% respectively, according to the poll.

http://illinoispolitics.webs.com/apps/blog/

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Article: Emanuel, mayoral challengers face off for first time

In the first face-to-face meeting of the campaign, Mayor Rahm Emanuel came under attack from challengers who criticized him on neighborhood development, crime and his temperament.

But Emanuel offered a measured defense of his administration as he portrayed himself as guiding a city steadily through economic turmoil.

The exchange unfolded at a 90-minute forum before the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board, which asked the candidates questions as it weighs an endorsement ahead of the Feb. 24 city election.

Emanuel maintained the key to revitalizing neighborhoods was to leverage the “strengths and assets” of city public works improvements, from upgrades to the southern stretch of the CTA’s Red Line to special taxing district funds, to provide an impetus for private investment.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/chi-chicago-mayor-candidates-forum-20150127-story.html

5 days ago

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DCFS

Out of the frying pan and into the fire. DCFS has made numerous changes over the years, yet their is a disproportionate number of blacks in the system as a direct result of not receiving services. Over the generations blacks have gotten away from Bible base training that was the glue which held our families together through the worst of times and we survived to become even stronger than when we started. JW.org is a bible sight that allows you to look into the Bible on your own. If you're a person skeptical about what goes on in religious organizations try to learn for your self. Because we as a people need to get back to following God's word.

3 days ago

Chicago Tribune Mayoral Debate Today at 10AM

Watch the #Chicago mayoral #tribdebate at http://t.co/gLjAd61TTK

4 days ago

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Article: Drawn out of his ward, Fioretti 'ready to step out there and take the lead' citywide

Bob Fioretti’s political career took a sharp turn in early 2012 when a gerrymandered remap of aldermanic boundaries extracted the alderman’s house from his own 2nd Ward and otherwise obliterated the ward as the city knew it.

Fioretti described the deal-making leading up to it as some of the worst he’s seen.

On City Hall’s third floor, Fioretti met with two powerful aldermen and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Fioretti was offered a bone: Agree to the remap and they would push...

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Bob Fioretti’s political career took a sharp turn in early 2012 when a gerrymandered remap of aldermanic boundaries extracted the alderman’s house from his own 2nd Ward and otherwise obliterated the ward as the city knew it.

Fioretti described the deal-making leading up to it as some of the worst he’s seen.

On City Hall’s third floor, Fioretti met with two powerful aldermen and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Fioretti was offered a bone: Agree to the remap and they would push legislation in Springfield allowing the alderman to run for the ward seat they were drawing him out of.

In an interview with the Sun-Times, Fioretti recalled the meeting with Ald. Pat O’Connor, former Ald. Dick Mell and Emanuel.

“Oh my God. Dick would sit there and lament the situation about his son-in-law [former Gov. Rod Blagojevich]. Pat O’Connor offered me a deal that they would change the law in Springfield that I could represent the new 2nd Ward without moving,” says Fioretti from behind his desk in his law office inside the historic Monadnock building.

http://chicago.suntimes.com/news-chicago/7/71/316617/drawn-ward-fioretti-ready-step-take-lead-citywide?utm_source=Chicago+Sun-Times&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=231643_Politics_1.26.15_Control&utm_content=$LINK_KEYWORD$&dm_i=2JCP,4YQJ,2L0ZHE,AIP6,1

  • leaning towards fioretti

  • Bronzeville Curmudgeon Bronzeville Conservator

    The plutocrats dynasty that runs Chicago from the "top down" politically, killed two birds with one stone in gerrymandering and erasure of the knowledge of the original 2nd Ward, the historic "mother ward" of Black democratic politics.

    And, simultaneous disenfranchising and displacing a white liberal "native son" alderman and civic leader with the knowledge, expertise, wisdom and compassion to challenge the status quo in Chicago`s thoughly corrupt city hall!!!

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Tomorrow, Jan 27 is the Last Day to Register to Vote for the Feb 24 Election!

TOMORROW JANUARY 27th is the last day to register to vote in the 2015 Chicago Municipal Election! If you have moved within the city since the last election you also need to update your address to be eligible!

http://www.chicagoelections.com/en/register-to-vote-change-of-address.html

4 days ago

Article: Grading Rahm

Rahm Emanuel wants another four years as mayor. What did he do with this four?
As Chicago gets ready to make a choice for mayor, we're examining how the current mayor handled some important things he promised to tackle. Each day, we’re reporting on one of those areas and then inviting experts from a variety of backgrounds to give the mayor a grade.

http://interactive.wbez.org/gradingrahm/

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