The odds that the only Chicago Republican to serve in the General Assembly will keep his seat grew exponentially stronger after his Democratic opponent abruptly dropped out of the race. Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced he would give $150,000 to groups working in North and South Lawndale, and mayoral candidate Paul Vallas announced his first big wave of donations. In other action, City Clerk Anna Valencia made her bid for a full term as clerk official.

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