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As Chicago Votes, Division is Front and Center

The candidates on the ballot tomorrow present a number of ideas and directions for the city. Everything from police reform to taxes to parking boots are on the table, as is Chicago’s status as a globally influential city. This is not just the most important election in the last eight years, but perhaps the most important since Richard J. Daley won his first term in 1955. In this wide open race, what will Chicago voters decide to do?

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