The 2019 race for Chicago mayor has zigged and zagged half a dozen times before Lori Lightfoot’s eyes. The former federal prosecutor, Police Board president, Mayer Brown partner and head of the Police Accountability Task Force formed in the wake of the release of the Laquan McDonald video expected to be facing off against the man who twice appointed her to office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The race has taken half a dozen turns since then. On this episode of The Daily Line’s Aldercast, Lightfoot talks about her time in the Daley administration, her plans to fight corruption, and what the next police contract should look like. Questions, comments or suggestions? Email