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2015 Chicago Elections

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Jefferson Park »

Ald. John Arena (45th) said the lawsuit against him was politically motivated.

Edison Park »

Ald.-elect Anthony Napolitano (41st) said his first conversations with Mayor Rahm Emanuel were awesome.

Portage Park »

Ald. Tim Cullerton (38th) will step down in May, vacating the "Cullerton seat" on the City Council.

Jefferson Park »

Ald. John Arena defeated Chicago Police Lt. John Garrido by 1,225 votes, according to official results.

Lincoln Park »

The four candidates in the 43rd Ward spent more than $1 million for a seat on the City Council.

Lakeview »

The newly re-elected alderman outlined his plans for the 44th ward in an interview with DNAinfo Chicago.

Belmont Cragin »

Santiago declared victory on Tuesday, but the incumbent alderman is waiting for all votes to come in.

East Side »

Ald. Pope and Susan Sadlowski Garza are separated by 43 votes on Day 2 of absentee ballot counting.

Bridgeport »

But alderman-elect Patrick Daley Thompson will have to miss this year.

Norwood Park »

Reporter Heather Cherone stopped by Fox studios to discuss the day's top stories. 

Lincoln Square »

Voters in several North Side 'hoods sent mixed messages between their mayoral and aldermanic choices.

East Side »

The incumbent refuses to concede Tuesday's runoff election until all votes are counted in the 10th Ward.

Englewood »

Rahm "constantly talked about Chuy being someone that can’t manage the big problems with the city"

Norwood Park »

Anthony Napolitano campaigned in the nonpartisan race as a Republican supported by unions.

Woodlawn »

Ald. Cochran said the 20th Ward would likely grow over his next term as more groups leave Hyde Park.