While Chicago might be more than 250 days out from municipal elections, there are already close to a dozen mayoral candidates, more than 50 aldermanic challengers, major defining issues emerging, and one of the city’s most powerful unions already putting stakes in the ground.
On this episode of The Daily Line’s Aldercast, Victor Reyes, the once-behind-the-scenes force behind Mayor Richard M. Daley’s Hispanic Democratic Organization, shares his advice for Mayor Rahm Emanuel and aldermen. Fresh off of completing a Masters program at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management, Reyes shares insights from his capstone project focused on what Emanuel can do to win Latino voters in 2019 and his 30 years in Chicago politics.
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