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Change of SubjectThis is the strangest political story I’ve heard in a long time. Last month in downstate Macomb, a town of about 20,000 residents some 200 miles southwest of Chicago, 2nd Ward aldermanic candidate Steve Wailand (right) beat incumbent Kay Hill......
This is the strangest political story I've heard in a long time. Last month in Macomb, a town of about 20,000 residents some 200 miles southwest of Chicago, 2nd Ward aldermanic candidate Steve Wailand beat incumbent Kay Hill by one vote — 17-16...
L.A. NOWAs they gear up for the May 21 runoff election, L.A. mayoral candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti are spending limited time on the campaign trail as they gather support and cash for the final 10 weeks of the race....
At first glance, two stories much in the news in Los Angeles of late would seem to have nothing to do with each other. The first concerns the fate of the Museum of Contemporary Art — whether it will affiliate with the Los Angeles County Museum of...
Romeoville Mayor John Noak and his opponent in next month's election, former Chicago Bear and pro wrestler Steve "Mongo" McMichael, have been sparring in the media for months. Now, Noak wants to face his challenger in a debate, something he says...
On Monday, millions of Kenyan voters braved the possibility of violence to wait in mile-long lines beginning at dawn to cast ballots in their national election. Turnout, officials said, was tremendous. The next day in Los Angeles, 16% of registered...
Tags: Voting, Politics, Michael Bloomberg, Elections, Bankruptcy
Don and Prudy Schultz set out walking from their Van Nuys home at 9 a.m. Tuesday, on their way to cast votes they hope will bring changes they've been waiting on for years. "I think this is the most dysfunctional city I've known in my adult life,"...
Tags: Voting, Wendy Greuel, Mountains, Politics, Heart Attack
L.A. NOWTimes reporters will join L.A. Now Live at 9 p.m. for a live election update and to answer readers’ questions about the Los Angeles primary. Lines at polling places were short Tuesday, though the election will result in significant changes......
L.A. NOWAlthough Tuesday’s election will result in one of Los Angeles’ most extensive leadership changes -- with residents selecting a mayor, city attorney, city controller, and eight City Council members -- attendance at polling places appeared...
Bruce Rauner, the multimillionaire bull in the quaint Illinois Republican china shop, sat down with me Wednesday morning at a diner on LaSalle Street to talk about politics. Are you running for governor? "I am thinking about it," said Rauner, 57, a...
Clout StreetFormer state Rep. Robin Kelly easily won the special Democratic primary Tuesday night in the race to replace the disgraced Jesse Jackson Jr. in Congress, helped by millions of dollars in pro-gun control ads from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's...
Special to the TribuneMayor Ed Zabrocki announced this week his appointees to a commission that will study whether Tinley Park should adopt term limits for elected officials. The seven-member panel announced at Tuesday’s Village Board meeting include: Ken Slater, a...
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