2019 Chicago Municipal Election Results
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In the likely event that no single candidate for mayor receives more than 50 percent of the vote, a runoff election between the top two vote-getters will take place on April 2.
The same goes for races for alderman and treasurer: If no candidate in a given race surpasses the 50 percent mark, the top two vote-getters in that race will also compete in a runoff, also on April 2.
In the race for City Clerk, the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners determined that Anna M. Valencia is the only eligible candidate, a decision that is currently under appeal.