Rahm Emanuel's residency problem in the race for mayor

December 10, 2010

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Attorneys for Rahm Emanuel will respond to issues of the candidate's residency.

Friday morning, attorneys for Rahm Emanuel will be back in front of a Chicago election official. More than two dozen Chicagoans allege that Emanuel is not qualified to run for mayor. This issue is residency because Emanuel lived in Washington D.C. while working at the White House as Chief of Staff.

WBEZ’s political reporter Sam Hudzik is covering the story and joined "Eight Forty-Eight" with an update.

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