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  1. Chicago's Fiscal Free-FallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Townhall

    ... Investors Service because of mounting pension liabilities, underscoring the city's fiscal stress as Mayor Rahm Emanuel faces an unprecedented runoff. The one-step reduction to Baa2 affects $8.3 billion of general-obligation bonds, which were already ...

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  2. EdMonth kicked off with "SparkED" panelRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Daily Trojan

    ... used correctly,' well whose fault is that?" London said. London helped organize protests when Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel closed 50 schools, many of which contained a high proportion of minority students, because those schools were labeled as ...

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  3. Rahm Emanuel in Dead Heat Against Jesus in Runoff ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Breitbart.com

    Despite having tens of millions in his campaign coffers, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel could not reach the 50 percent threshold to win re-election this month. Chuy Garcia, 58, a member of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, and a one-time State Senator and Chicago City Councilman, received just over 26 percent of the vote.

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  4. Black vote may prove key in Chicago mayoral electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Christian Science Monitor

    A major political upset may be in the works in Chicago, with issues of race and education helping to catapult a little-known candidate into the position of viable contender to unseat incumbent Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The race took an unexpected turn last month after incumbent Mayor Emanuel failed to garner a sufficient number of votes in the Feb. 24 primary to avoid a runoff election.

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  5. Runoff for Chicago mayor to be very tight raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | My FOX Chicago

    ... manager. Also important to Garcia: campaign contributions and other help starting to flow from enemies of Rahm Emanuel around the country. A post on the online magazine Slate called it "Rahm Emanuel's Moment of Reckoning." It was written by a ...

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  6. Garcia has to navigate longstanding race issuesRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Mayoral candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia addressed supporters at Alhambra Palace Restaurant after learning he will face Mayor Rahm Emanuel in an April runoff. Now that Jesus "Chuy" Garcia appears to be in striking distance of the mayor's office, political operatives are exploiting the notion that a "black and brown" coalition could rule the day.

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  7. Illinois SEIU clashes in Chicago mayor's raceRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Campaigning for the mayoral election at the Lunar New Year Parade last month are Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Board Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia in the row behind him. File Photo.

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  8. Chicago Mayor: DFA Helps Chuy Garcia (D) Get Ready To Defeat Rahm EmanuelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Daily Kos

    This game-changing news is spreading like wildfire, from USA Today to the International Business Times. The independent poll numbers, showing Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a 43-39% statistical dead heat according to the pollster, comes in the aftermath of last Tuesday's historic election in which JesAos "Chuy" GarcA a forced Emanuel into a runoff election on April 7 -- a stunning result that showed Chicago voters are fed up with the policies of "Mayor 1%" favoring the rich and hurting working families.

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  9. DiscussRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Daily Kos

    It hasn't been a kind week for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Despite massively outspending his rivals in the Feb. 24 non-partisan primary, Rahm only took 45 percent of the vote.

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  10. Garcia switches position on Obama library - and not a moment too soonRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia likes to emphasize that one of the big differences between him and Mayor Rahm Emanuel is that, unlike the mayor, he is somebody who will listen. Garcia must have been listening carefully over the weekend because he reversed course Monday on his politically dangerous opposition to locating the Barack Obama presidential library on city park land.

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  11. ChicagoSen. Kirk: Re-elect Rahm or Chicago could end up like DetroitRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., said Chicago could lose the respect of lenders if Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not re-elected. Chicago could follow Detroit into bankruptcy if Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not re-elected, Sen. Mark Kirk warned Monday.

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  12. MSNBC Meltdown: The Left Is Tired of Selling Its Ideas to SkepticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Breitbart.com

    ... the GOP is stronger today than any point since the 1920s. If you still think Obama has generous coattails, ask Rahm Emanuel for a second opinion. All true, but to quote Obama's presumptive successor on the Democrat ticket in 2016: "What difference, ...

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  13. Rahm Emanuel loss could bring Obama library to ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | New York Daily News

    Chicago Mayoral candidate Jesus Garcia had earlier voiced his opposition to having Obama's presidential library potentially sit in the city's South Side. A loss for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel could spell a win for Columbia University in its bid for President Obama's library, sources say.

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  14. Chicago to Start Loop Link Construction March 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Mass Transit

    ... closures initially on westbound Madison Street at State Street and on southbound Clinton at Randolph. Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the city will soon begin construction on three major transit infrastructure projects that will redevelop and modernize ...

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  15. The Chicago mayor's race is now a 'dead heat'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Silicon Alley Insider

    According to a new poll, the runoff race between Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his little known challenger, Chuy Garcia, is now a dead heat. Emanuel, who previously served as President Barack Obama's chief of staff, posted support from 42.9% of likely voters in the Windy City compared with 38.5% support for Garcia in the survey, which was conducted by Chicago polling firm Ogden & Fry .

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  16. A new poll finds Rahm struggling-but he did just pick up a big Republican endorsementRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Daily Kos

    It hasn't been a kind week for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Despite massively outspending his rivals in the Feb. 24 non-partisan primary, Rahm only took 45 percent of the vote.

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  17. Kirk Predicts Doom for Chicago If Emanuel Loses RunoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Political Wire

    Sen. Mark Kirk suggested that Chicago could go the way of financially strapped Detroit if voters fail to reelect Rahm Emanuel , USA Today reports. Said Kirk: "The people who are running against Rahm don't have the gravitas with the bond market.

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  18. NewsSen. Kirk: Re-elect Rahm or Chicago could end up like DetroitRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., said Chicago could lose the respect of lenders if Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not re-elected. Chicago could follow Detroit into bankruptcy if Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not re-elected, U.S. Senator Mark Kirk warned Monday.

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  19. Rapid-transit bus route among three Loop construction projects kicking off this springRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    ... and reliable access to the vast array of economic and cultural opportunities that exist across the city," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a news release. It will turn two major east-west streets - Washington and Madison - into speedier corridors for ...

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  20. Rahm-Rauner alliance should be no surpriseRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Chicago Sun-Times

    It should be no surprise that Gov. Bruce Rauner is supporting his old friend Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the Chicago mayoral election. We know they have past business dealings and expensive hobbies in common, and we needn't be confused by that deceptive little "D" Emanuel continues to keep behind his name or the fact that his old boss, President Barack Obama, is doing the politically expedient thing in endorsing Emanuel.

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