Four candidates are running on the Democratic side and, after two Republican candidates dropped out, one on the GOP side in the Tuesday, March 17, primary to represent Illinois’s 1st Congressional District in Washington, DC. The winners of each party’s nomination will face each other in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
With incumbent Arthur Turner stepping down in the 9th State Representative District, multiple candidates are stepping up …
Voters will determine the fate of 3rd and 7th Congressional district candidates on Tuesday, March 17, casting ballots to decide …
State of Illinois House of Representatives incumbents in the 2nd, 10th, and 26th Districts face primary challengers …
Several candidates are running unopposed in local races in the March 17 primary, and therefore are guaranteed …
In two local State Senate races, incumbents are in one-on-one matches with challengers.
Voters this year will choose a justice for the Illinois Supreme Court’s 1st District, which is composed solely of Cook County.
President (D) Four years ago, Gazette Chicago endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in the Illinois Democratic presidential primary. Clinton beat Sanders in a contentious primary that resulted in a significant number of angry or disillusioned Sanders supporters who, in the general election, stayed home or voted for Donald Trump or Green Party Candidate […]
FROM THE PUBLISHER
Dear Friends of Gazette Chicago:
A lot has happened since Gazette Chicago launched its Go Fund Me effort in February.
New three-word phrases have entered our daily communications:
“Flattening the curve.”
“Shelter in place.”
“Stay at home.”
An Important Message From Mark J. Valentino, Editor and Publisher
Whether someone is a long-time reader of Gazette Chicago or came across it more recently, the conversation we often have centers on one or more of the following questions: How did it all begin? How were you able to create such an excellent publication? How are you surviving in today’s world of shrinking advertising revenues?
Last month, Gazette Chicago launched its first-ever Go Fund Me effort. As this edition of the newspaper went to press, we raised $7,700 on our goal of $10,000. This figure is a combination of funding from those who have given through the Go Fund Me platform and others who have sent contributions directly to our office.
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Emergency Rental Assistance
City of Chicago emergency rental assistance is available for people suffering financial hardship due to a crisis such as loss of job, home fire, or illness. The program is intended to allow families to maintain housing during the time it takes to regain stability….