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Mayor Emanuel and Rep. Pelosi to Speak at UNO Annual Awards Dinner

UNO ALSO TO ANNOUNCE $70 MILLION SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM - Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will attend and speak at the United Neighborhood Organization (UNO) Annual Awards Dinner at 5:45 p.m., today, Nov. 1, 2012, at Union Station, 500 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. continue reading »

City Council Give Mayor Emanuel’s Pick for the Public Buildings Commission, Juan Rangel

The Chicago City Council has approved Juan Rangel for appointment to the Public Buildings Commission.The PBC oversees oversees building construction for the city, Cook County, Chicago Public Schools, the Chicago Park District, and a number of other agencies. continue reading »

Chicago’s Mayor-Elect Emanuel Puts Latinos in Leadership Roles

As Rahm Emanuel prepares to take office as Mayor of Chicago, he is proposing a reorganization of the Chicago’s City Council, and he names a number of Latinos to key positions. continue reading »

Mayor Daley at Final City Council Meeting: “I Love Chicago More Than You Can Imagine”

Thursday, Chicago’s Mayor Daley presided over his last City Council meeting. The emotional farewell had the mayor he “loved every minute” of his public service job. continue reading »

JUST IN: Supreme Court Rules 7-0 for Rahm, He Remains on the Ballot for Chicago Mayor

The Illinois Supreme Court has rendered their decision on Rahm Emanuel’s ability to be on the Chicago Mayoral ballot for the February 22, 2011. continue reading »

Chicago Firefighters Endorse Chico for Mayor

Mayoral candidate Gery Chico was endorsed today by Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2. Standing with Chico at a union hall on the southwest side, Chicago Firefighters Union President Tom Ryan said Chico’s proven track record of delivering city services and balancing city budgets make him the best candidate to be the next mayor. continue reading »

Illinois Supreme Court Takes Rahm’s Case

The Illinois Supreme court issued an order Tuesday saying it would take up the dispute over whether Rahm Emanuel meets the state requirement that a candidate for Mayoral office live in a municipality for a year prior to an election, according to court spokesman Joseph Tybor. continue reading »

Il St Supreme Ct Decision–Rahm’s Name to be on Chicago Mayoral Ballot Pending Resolution

The Illinois State Supreme Court issued a stay of the Appellate Court Order banning Rahm Emanuel’s name from the Chicago Mayoral Ballot. continue reading »

Emanuel Vows to Get Back on Ballot

An Appellate Court Panel ruled Rahm Emanuel’s name must be removed from the Chicago mayoral ballot in Monday's split decision. continue reading »

48th Ward Democratic Party Endorse Emanel for Mayor

Following its endorsement session with the four major candidates, Chicago's 48th Ward Democratic Party has given their endorsement for mayor to Rahm Emanuel. continue reading »

Daley Surpasses Father, Becoming Longest-Serving Chicago Mayor

With 7,918 days in office, Mayor Richard M. Daley has become Chicago’s longest-serving mayor beating his father by two days today. The family reign will end next year, with the Daleys having served as mayor for 42 years total. continue reading »

Chico Picks Up Two Endorsements in Run for Chicago Mayor

Chicago mayoral candidate Gery Chico, has (nearly) picked up two endorsements this week. Edward Burke said he has all but officially announced his endorsement of Gery Chico in t continue reading »

Rahm Emanuel Visits Little Village Chamber of Commerce

Knowing the importance of neighborhood communities, Rahm visited Little Village in South Lawndale last week to meet with the Chamber of Commerce. He joined the Chamber at Davila’s Restaurant to discuss the community’s needs. continue reading »

Chico Resigns to Focus on Mayoral Campaign

Gery Chico has resigned from his position as City Colleges Chairman to concentrate on his mayoral campaign. If the City Colleges Board approves of the choice, Mayor Daley will replace Chico with Hispanic businessman Martin Cabrera Jr. continue reading »