After Wide-Open Race, Chicago Mayoral Election To Be Decided In Historic Runoff

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Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson discusses Chicago politics, including the city's mayoral election this week, with Josh McGhee (@TheVoiceofJosh) from The Chicago Reporter and WBEZ city political reporter Claudia Morell (@claudiamorell).

Correction: The audio atop this post incorrectly states Chicago has only had one black mayor. In fact, it has had two: Eugene Sawyer was selected by the City Council to serve as mayor after the sudden death of Harold Washington. We regret the error.

This article was originally published on February 28, 2019.

This segment aired on February 28, 2019.


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