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Edison Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor will square off against Chicago firefighter Anthony Napolitano in a runoff April 7.

Portage Park »

A record number of early votes has been cast in the 38th Ward race.

Edison Park »

A Chicago firefighter and a business owner are challenging Ald. Mary O'Connor's bid for re-election.

Edison Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor is being challenged by firefighter Anthony Napolitano and business owner Joe Lomanto.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor is being challenged by firefighter Anthony Napolitano and business owner Joe Lomanto.

Norwood Park »

Mary O'Connor and Joe Lomanto said they had nothing to do with the theft of Anthony Napolitano's signs.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor is being challenged by firefighter Anthony Napolitano and business owner Joe Lomanto.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor (41st) gradudated from the Norwood Park all-girls Catholic school.

Norwood Park »

The debate will take place at 7 p.m. Monday at Oriole Park Elementary School.

Edison Park »

Anthony Napolitano said the challenge to his nominating petitions was based on "nonsense."

Edgebrook »

The Edgebrook Community Association will host the forum at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 21.

Edison Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor said Anthony Napolitano did not follow election law.

Edison Park »

Mary O'Connor will face two challengers in her bid for re-election, Anthony Napolitano and Joe Lomanto.

Edison Park »

Joe Lomanto filed petitions Monday with the Chicago Board of Elections, joining the 41st Ward race.