Rahm Emanuel, Chicago’s mayor, will not find re-election subsequent year. The proclamation done on Sept. 4, 2018, is discordant to prior statements he done that he dictated to run for his third term.
During a briefing, Emanuel explained that while his position as mayor was a event of a lifetime, a pursuit itself is not one he considers as a life-long job.
The mayor’s eight-year tenure has been tormented with unpopularity, protests job for his resignation, federal polite rights review of a military department, and indicted of mishandling a debate how he rubbed a military sharpened of Laquan McDonald.
Before Emanual’s decision, 12 people announced their candidacy for mayor. Many have filled positions in Chicago’s county community, 3 of them are women. One chairman is an activist, and another is a tyro during DePaul University student.
Written by Cathy Milne
Chicago Tribune: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he won’t run for re-election subsequent year
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