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Politics and Elections

Bloomington attorney plans GOP primary challenge to embattled Schock

Rev. Jesse Jackson, black ministers stand behind Chuy Garcia for Chicago mayor

AP Sources: Chicago election delays Obama library decision

Money flowing into several aldermanic campaigns headed for runoffs

It has only been 10 days since Chicago’s Feb. 24 elections, but many candidates have already reported significant fundraising as they prepare for the April 7 runoff elections.

John Garrido has reported the most fundraising activity since Election Day. Garrido, who is challenging incumbent Alderman John Arena in the 45th Ward, reported $34,190 in contributions since Feb. 27. Of that total, Garrido himself contributed $27,690.

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Former alderman split on 43rd Ward candidates heading into runoff

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A 25th Ward challenger accuses Alderman Solis of election shenanigans, demands recount

Lincoln Park aldermanic race gets a little hotter

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