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Elections 2012: Recap on Local Races

These primary elections were not particularly popular among Chicago residents. Voter turnout was drastically low in the city with about 23 percent of registered voters showing up to the polls. Among some of the local races, the heated 21st newly drawn district race between Silvana Tabares and Rudy Lozano Jr. concluded with Tabares, a former […]

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Brown, Munoz Battle Over Modernization and Best Practices of Cook County Circuit Court

The Clerk of the Circuit Court race has two democratic candidates battling over transparency and best management practices. Longtime 22nd Ward Ald. Ricardo Muñoz will be facing Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown in a race where modernization and best administrative techniques are at stake. The circuit court files more than 2.4 million cases […]

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Latino Aldermen Seek More City Council Seats, Residents Plead for Unified Communities

Before City Council redraws new ward boundaries reflecting recent census numbers, residents had the opportunity to voice their concerns during the second South Side redistricting hearing held by the Latino Caucus on Friday Sept. 30. The hearing, brought several Latino Caucus leaders, among them Ald. Ricardo Muñoz (22nd Ward), Caucus Chairman Danny Solis (25th Ward) […]