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Black Chicagoans seeking mayoral alternative

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There have been many notable names have floated around on who could unseat him. Alderman Bob Fioretti, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis, former Cook County Commissioner Robert Shaw, State Senator Kwame Raoul, former Illinois Senate President Emil Jones and political newcomer Amara Enyia. But the black Chicago political establishment continues to search for a consensus candidate. Joining us to discuss are Monroe Anderson, a veteran political journalist, and Garrard McClendon, Professor of Education at Chicago State University and host of the online TV show “The McClendon Report.” Plus, Amara Enyia joins the conversation to talk about her campaign.

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