Mayor Lori Lightfoot tapped approximately equal numbers of men and women to serve on citywide boards and commissions and to head up city departments in 2019, according to an analysis by The Daily Line

Lightfoot made 46 appointments that must be confirmed by aldermen between her inauguration in May and the final City Council meeting of 2019. They were nearly equally divided between white appointees and people of color.

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