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Politics and Elections

Emanuel hurt by flagging black support, low turnout

The ABCs of avoiding questions on the the mayoral runoff campaign trail

Emanuel money does not guarantee incumbent aldermen victory

Despite vastly outspending Jesus “Chuy” Garcia and the other mayoral candidates before Tuesday’s election, Mayor Rahm Emanuel was unable to avoid an April 7 runoff. The mayor is not the only well-funded Chicago elected official who faces six more weeks of campaigning. Twelve of the 31 alderman who were supported by the mayor’s super PAC were forced into runoffs as well, and one lost outright.

Ald. Deb Mell not ready to concede runoff in 33rd Ward

Rahm Emanuel, Jesus ‘Chuy’ Garcia greet Chicago residents at ‘L’ stops

Fioretti hedges on endorsing Garcia, after calling for “united front” against Emanuel

Emanuel not afraid to lose, says he won’t change who he is to win

How Chicago wards voted in the 2015 mayoral election (MAP)

Meet Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, the 26-year-old who stormed onto City Council

Opinion: How Emanuel can regain momentum

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