The incumbent mayor, Lori Lightfoot, is the first to acknowledge that her reelection campaign won’t be easy. In an interview with NBC News, Lightfoot stated, “There are nine persons on the ballot.” “There will always be a runoff,” but it’s starting to look more and more likely that Lightfoot won’t even get that far. If no candidate receives a majority of the vote in Chicago’s municipal election, the top two vote-getters compete against one another in a second round of voting in April. The fiery Democratic first-term mayor, who quickly created a nationwide hate-hate relationship with conservatives, is now…
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