For those following Chicago’s mayoral race, the new year seems to have brought a narrowing of the field. The front runners in the race are now four: Carol Moseley Braun, Gery Chico, Miguel Del Valle and Rahm Emanuel.Each has their own baggage.
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Carol Moseley Braun is defending her tax returns. The candidate for Chicago mayor publicly released the first two pages of her federal income taxes from the previous two years Tuesday. The returns showed she lost more money than she took in and hadn't paid any federal taxes.
The four major candidates running for Chicago mayor can agree on one thing: there should be a new police superintendent.Chicago Police Superintendent Jody Weis has been under fire from the police union, which has held marches against his leadership.
Chicago mayoral candidate Carol Moseley Braun says the deal that privatized parking meters is a financial disaster for the city, and she says she'll try to break it if elected.At a Monday news conference the former U.S.
Chicago mayoral candidate Carol Moseley Braun said race wasn't an issue in Congressman Danny Davis' decision to pull out of the race for Chicago Mayor. Braun is now the leading African-American candidate on the ballot for February's election.