Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is looking for a second term. Tomorrow, voters go to the poles to determine if the incumbent Emanuel will win outright or have to go to a run-off.
Emanuel is a former congressman and was President Obama's first chief of staff. He left that post in 2010 for his successful bid for mayor of Chicago.
Now, controversial choices he made as mayor loom over a tight race. Niala Boodhoo of WBEZ joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson with details.
This segment aired on February 23, 2015.