This is Chicago’s very own wgn news at 10. There’s less than a month to go before Chicagoans head to the polls to pick the city’s new mayor. The candidates took their messages to voters on the north and south sides today that has cut its been led is in the newsroom with more. Lauren Magiera: yeah, good evening, two events were held today including a public hearing organized by the Bring Chicago Home coalition who’s fighting to end homelessness and another organized by a group of community leaders who showed their support for one of the candidates. >> at a church in Logan Square to Bring Chicago Home coalition came together with community members. Also in attendance, mayoral candidate Brandon working. let’s get it both mayoral in aldermanic candidates were invited to the event. The Bring Chicago Home coalition wants to create yearly dedicated revenue to provide affordable housing and services to people facing homelessness.
On a recent Thursday, all Malcolm Reed could think about was how to get his hands on a warm coat and a new pair of shoes.
He lost most of his belongings when he was forced out of O’Hare International Airport by Chicago police in mid-February along with dozens of other unhoused people. The airport had been a refuge on winter nights until national reports showed how many people were sleeping there — and the city cracked down.
If he becomes Chicago’s next mayor, Brandon Johnson will reinvigorate the drive to have buyers of million-dollar-and-up properties pay higher transfer taxes to help combat homelessness in the city.
“When he gets into City Hall, this is a policy that Brandon will actively work to bring forward,” Bill Neidhardt, an adviser to Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson’s campaign, told Crain’s. “He believes in a mansion tax to help alleviate the housing
We are less than a month away from Chicago’s mayoral runoff election, both candidates spoke to voters yesterday. we have the latest. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that on April 4th we’re going to turn this city around and we’re going to face forward once and for all. Commissioner Brandon Johnson- I’m running because our city is in trouble and former CPC CEO Paul Vallas were back on the campaign trail Sunday, weeks ahead of April’s runoff which will determine Chicago’s new mayor.
Buenas noches les saluda jorge desantiago. gracias por acompañarnos en su noticiero telemundo chicago: edicion fin de semana. fin de semana ocupado para los contendientes a la alcald”a de chicago, ambos candidatos atendieron varios eventos con el fin de conquistar al electorado. jos! gonz lez nos habla al respecto.
CHICAGO — A pair of rallies involving mayoral candidates Brandon Johnson and Paul Vallas took place across Chicago Sunday.
Community members from various organizations in the Bring Chicago Home Coalition held an event Sunday afternoon in Logan Square to talk about community-led solutions to address housing and people facing homelessness in the city.
Progressives have a laundry list of goals they’d like to accomplish in the next City Council.
Those include the passage of the Bring Chicago Home ordinance, a homelessness prevention measure as well as the police reform bill known as “Treatment Not Trauma.” The revival of the city’s Department of Environment is also a priority, multiple returning alderpeople said.