WBEZ's 'Morning After The Elections' Special: Hour 1

By advancing to the runoff, Lori Lightfoot (left) and Toni Preckwinkle (right) assure Chicago will have its first African-American female mayor in city history after the April 2 mayoral runoff.
By advancing to the runoff, Lori Lightfoot (left) and Toni Preckwinkle (right) assure Chicago will have its first African-American female mayor in city history after the April 2 mayoral runoff. Manuel Martinez/Pat Nabong/WBEZ
By advancing to the runoff, Lori Lightfoot (left) and Toni Preckwinkle (right) assure Chicago will have its first African-American female mayor in city history after the April 2 mayoral runoff.
By advancing to the runoff, Lori Lightfoot (left) and Toni Preckwinkle (right) assure Chicago will have its first African-American female mayor in city history after the April 2 mayoral runoff. Manuel Martinez/Pat Nabong/WBEZ

WBEZ's 'Morning After The Elections' Special: Hour 1

How did Chicago vote in the municipal elections? In a special two-hour broadcast, Morning Shift breaks down the election results, puts the races into context, and hears from the winners in Tuesday's top races. 

Hour 1 Guests:

Lori Lightfoot, former Chicago Police Board president and mayoral candidate 

Alex Acevedo, candidate for alderman in 25th Ward

Byron Sigcho-Lopez, candidate for alderman in 25th Ward

Daniel La Spata, alderman-elect for 1st Ward

Dan Mihalopoulos, WBEZ politics reporter