Refraction and dispersion in the 44th Ward

Thank U, Next: Why I Am Voting for Austin Baidas Today

The thing about the aldermanic election that has surprised me most is who disregarded my ears. So much of our electoral process these days is visual at the local level. This is not necessarily a bad thing. It is part and parcel of Chicago politicians' need to reach the 35,000 citizens of their ward within the short time-frame Chicagoans will pay attention to each election cycle. That makes some…




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