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2019 Chicago aldermanic election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 Chicago aldermanic elections

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All 50 seats in the Chicago City Council
26 seats needed for a majority
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Chicago aldermanic elections, 2019 - Results By Ward.png
Results by ward. An asterisk notes the necessity of a runoff election.

The 2019 Chicago aldermanic election took place in two rounds on February 26 and April 2, 2019 to elect 50 aldermen to the Chicago City Council. Each alderman represents one of Chicago's 50 wards. The elections are non-partisan and use a two-round system where the top two finishers compete in a second-round run-off if no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote in the first round. The elections are concurrent with the 2019 mayoral election, as well as elections for City Clerk and City Treasurer.[1]

Of the 50 incumbent aldermen 45 ran for re-election.[2][1] Incumbents did not run in the 20th, 22nd, 25th, 39th, and 47th wards.[1] Five aldermen ran unopposed: Brian Hopkins (2nd ward), Scott Waugespack (32nd ward), Gilbert Villegas (36th ward), Brendan Reilly (42nd ward), and Nicholas Sposato (38th ward).[2]

Three aldermen were defeated in the first round, and four more were defeated in run-off elections. There were a total of 12 new aldermen elected.

Contents

Overview

Campaign

Candidates for city council are required to submit 473 valid signatures from registered voters in their ward to appear on the ballot.[3][4] A total of 212 candidates submitted nominating petitions, an increase from 184 candidates in the 2015 election.[1] However, the total number of candidates is lower than the 351 candidates in 2011, the last municipal election that, like 2019, had an open race for mayor.[4]

In the first round, three aldermen who ran for re-election lost their seats. There were run-offs elections in 14 wards: 10 races where incumbents are running, and four races for open seats.[5] At least three additional incumbent aldermen were defeated in run-off elections.[6][7]

Seat changes

Ward Incumbent Incumbent status Alderman-elect Ref
1 Proco Joe Moreno Defeated in general election Daniel La Spata [5]
16 Toni Foulkes Defeated in run-off election Stephanie Coleman [6]
20 Willie Cochran Retiring Jeanette Taylor [8]
22 Ricardo Muñoz Retiring Michael Rodriguez [9]
25 Daniel Solis Retiring Byron Sigcho-Lopez [10]
31 Milly Santiago Defeated in run-off election Felix Cardona [6]
33 Deb Mell Defeated in run-off election Rossana Rodríguez Sanchez [6]
39 Margaret Laurino Retiring Samantha Nugent [11]
40 Patrick O'Connor Defeated in run-off election Andre Vasquez [6]
45 John Arena Defeated in general election Jim Gardinier [5]
47 Ameya Pawar Retiring, ran unsuccessfully for City Treasurer Matt Martin
49 Joe Moore Defeated in general election Maria Hadden [5]

Election calendar

For candidates

Key dates for candidates[3]
Date Description Statute Source
August 28, 2018 First day to circulate nominating petitions. Candidates need to submit at least 473 valid signatures from registered voters in their ward in order to appear on the ballot. 10 ILCS 5/10-4
November 19–26 Period to submit nominating petitions to the Chicago Board of Elections. 10 ILCS 5/10-6(4), 5/10-8
December 3 Last day for candidates to submit objections (also known as challenges) to other candidates' nominating petitions.
December 20 Last day for candidates to withdraw from the election. 10 ILCS 5/10-7, 5/10-15; 65 ILCS 20/21-9
February 26, 2019 Election day, first round. Polling places are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
March 19 Last day for Board of Elections to announce results of first-round election. 10 ILCS 5/22-17
April 2 Election day, second round run-off (as needed in each ward). Polling places are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.

For voters

Key dates for voters, for first-round elections on February 26, 2019[3]
Date Description Statute Source
Indeterminate–February 25 Early voting period at designated polling places. The law requires that early voting begins 40 days prior to the election (i.e. January 17), but the Board of Elections has announced that due to ongoing nominating petition challenges, the start of early voting will be delayed.[12] 10 ILCS 5/19A-15
January 29 Last day for regular voter registration. After this and until election day, "grace period" registration and voting will be available at designated polling places. 10 ILCS 5/6-29; 5/6-100
February 21 Last day for registered voters to apply for mail-in ballots. 10 ILCS 5/19-2
February 26 Election day, first round. Polling places are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
March 19 Last day for Board of Elections to announce results of first-round election. 10 ILCS 5/22-17
Key dates for voters, for second-round elections on April 2, 2019[3]
Date Description Statute Source
March 5 Last day for regular voter registration. After this and until election day, "grace period" registration and voting will be available at designated polling places. 10 ILCS 5/6-29, 5/6-50, 5/6-51, 5/6-53, 5/6-100
Indeterminate date–April 1 Early voting period at designated polling places. Early voting will begin once the Board of Elections certifies the results of the first-round elections and consequently confirms where second-round elections are needed. The latest possible date for certification of first-round elections is March 19, 2019. 10 ILCS 5/19A-15
March 28 Last day for registered voters to apply for mail-in ballots. 10 ILCS 5/19-2
April 2 Election day, second round. Polling places are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
April 23 Last day for Board of Elections to announce results of second-round election. 10 ILCS 5/22-17

North Side

1st ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Proco Joe Moreno Incumbent alderman (Website)
Daniel La Spata Former vice president of Logan Square Neighborhood Association
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[13]

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

The following candidate filed nominating petitions but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

Campaign

Moreno and La Spata appeared at a candidate forum hosted by Logan Square Preservation on January 8, 2019.[15][16][17]

Endorsements

Daniel La Spata

Organizations:

Individuals:

Proco Joe Moreno

Organizations:

Results

1st Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Daniel La Spata 7,281 61.3
Nonpartisan Proco Joe Moreno (incumbent) 4,602 38.7
Total votes 11,883 100

2nd ward

Incumbent alderman Brian Hopkins is running unopposed.[2]

Results

2nd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Brian Hopkins (incumbent) 10,909 100
Total votes 10,909 100

32nd ward

Incumbent alderman Scott Waguespack is running unopposed.[2] He appeared at a candidate forum covering the Logan Square neighborhood on January 8, 2019.[15][24]

Scott Waguespack

Organizations:

Results

32nd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Scott Waguespack (incumbent) 11,426 100
Total votes 11,426 100

40th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Andre Vasquez Utility company manager
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[27]
Dianne Daleiden Chicago Public Schools teacher
Member of local school council
Businesswoman
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[28]
Maggie O'Keefe Small business owner (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[29]
Patrick O'Connor Incumbent alderman (Website)
Ugo Okere Former chairman of youth organization Fuerza del Sol
Local government agency employee
Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[30]

Endorsements

André Vasquez

Organizations:[31]

  • Chicago Democratic Socialists of America (in the run-off election)[32]
  • Reclaim Chicago[33]
  • The People's Lobby[18]
  • ONE People's Campaign[34]

Individuals:[31]

Dianne Daleiden

Organizations:[36]

Individuals:[36]

Maggie O'Keefe

Organizations:

Ugo Okere

Organizations:

Pat O'Connor (inc.)

Organizations:

Campaigns

A candidate forum organized by several community organizations was scheduled on January 29, 2019.[41]

Results

40th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Patrick J. O'Connor (incumbent) 4,407 33.3
Nonpartisan André Vasquez 2,664 20.1
Nonpartisan Dianne Daleiden 2,284 17.2
Nonpartisan Maggie O'Keefe 2,034 15.4
Nonpartisan Ugo Okere 1,859 14.0
Total votes 13,248 100
40th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan André Vasquez 7,474 53.9
Nonpartisan Patrick J. O'Connor (incumbent) 6,404 46.1
Total votes 13,878 100.0

42nd ward

Incumbent alderman Brendan Reilly is running unopposed.[2]

43rd ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Derek Lindblom Aide to U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer
Economic policy advisor to Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Healthcare entrepreneur
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[43]
Jacob Ringer Former chief of staff for Chicago's Chief Financial Officer
Former president of Lincoln Park Auxiliary Board
Lawyer
(Website) [44]
Michele Smith Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Leslie Fox Former executive director of host committees for 1994 World Cup and 1996 Democratic National Convention
Public relations consultant
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[45]
Rebecca Janowitz Former coordinator for special projects for Chicago Public Schools
Lawyer, former legal services provider
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[46]
Steve McClellan (Facebook)
(Twitter)

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Derek Lindblom

Organizations:

Michele Smith

Organizations:

Results

43rd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michele Smith (incumbent) 5,427 38.9
Nonpartisan Derek Lindblom 3,887 27.9
Nonpartisan Leslie Fox 1,871 13.4
Nonpartisan Jacob Ringer 1,764 12.7
Nonpartisan Rebecca Janowitz 677 4.9
Nonpartisan Steven McClellan 322 2.3
Total votes 13,948 100
43rd Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michele Smith (incumbent) 7,400 53.6
Nonpartisan Derek Lindblom 6,412 46.4
Total votes 13,812 100.0

44th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Austin Baidas Former manager of state government agencies
Former advisor at U.S. Department of Transportation
Former CEO
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[48]
Elizabeth Shydlowski Fundraising consultant (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[49]
Tom Tunney Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

The following candidate filed nominating petitions but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

Endorsements

Tom Tunney

Organizations:

Results

44th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Tom Tunney (incumbent) 9,643 64.4
Nonpartisan Austin Baidas 3,762 25.1
Nonpartisan Elizabeth Shydlowski 1,560 10.4
Total votes 14,965 100

46th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Angela Clay Community activist (Website)
(Facebook)
[51]
Erika Wozniak Francis Chicago Public Schools teacher
Member of Chicago Votes board of directors
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[52]
James Cappleman Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Jon-Robert McDowell Environmental developer
Former aide in the U.S. House of Representatives
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[53]
Justin Kreindler Program director of Public Allies Chicago (Website)
(Facebook)
[54]
Marianne Lalonde Healthcare management consultant
President of Lakeside Area Neighbors Association
Former legislative aide to U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[55]

Endorsements

Erika Wozniak Francis

Organizations:[56]

Individuals:[56]

James Cappelman

Organizations:[63]

Individuals:[63]

  • Jan Schakowsky, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 9th district
  • Mike Quigley, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 5th district
  • John Cullerton, State Senator for Illinois' 6th district
  • Heather Steans, State Senator for Illinois' 7th district
  • Sara Feigenholtz, State Representative for Illinois' 12th district
  • Greg Harris, State Representative for Illinois' 13th district
Marianne Lalonde

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • Lori Lightfoot, former President of the Chicago Police Accountability Board, 2019 mayoral candidate[68]

Results

46th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan James Cappleman (incumbent) 6,035 44.1
Nonpartisan Marianne Lalonde 2,475 18.1
Nonpartisan Erika Wozniak Francis 2,304 16.8
Nonpartisan Angela Clay 2,114 15.4
Nonpartisan Justin Kreindler 514 4.0
Nonpartisan Jon-Robert McDowell 225 1.6
Total votes 13,694 100
46th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan James Cappleman (incumbent) 7,037 50.1
Nonpartisan Marianne Lalonde 7,014 49.9
Total votes 14,051 100.0

47th ward

Incumbent alderman Ameya Pawar is running for City Treasurer of Chicago.

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Angie Maloney Community organizer
Teacher, Musician
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[69]
Eileen Dordek Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Commissioner for the 10th District's Cook County Commission on Women's Issues
Board member for Personal PAC for 9 years and current board member of Equality Illinois
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[70]
Gus Kastafaros Restaurant manager, real estate entrepreneur, electrician (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[71]
Kimball Ladien
Heather Way Kitzes Manager of Neighborhood Relations for the Chicago Cubs
Former executive director of Lakeview Chamber of Commerce
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[72]
Jeff Jenkins Co-founder of non-profit Midnight Circus in the Parks
Small business owner
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[73]
Matt Martin Civil rights attorney at the office of the Illinois Attorney General
Member of local school council at McPherson Elementary School
Co-founder of Heart of Lincoln Square Neighbors Association
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[74]
Michael Negron Aide to Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Former Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy
Former employee of Office of Management and Budget
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[75]
Thomas Schwartzers Former firefighter and law enforcement officer (Website) [76]

Campaign

All candidates, except Kastafaros, appeared at a forum focused on education issues on January 17, 2019.[77][78] All candidates, except Ladien and Schwartzers, appeared at a forum on business issues on January 24.[79] A third forum hosted by several neighborhood Chambers of Commerce was scheduled on January 26.[80]

Endorsements

Matt Martin

Organizations:[81]

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]
  • Maria Hadden, alderwoman-elect for the 49th ward (endorsed for run-off election)[35]
Michael Negron

Organizations:

Individuals:

Eileen Dordek

Organizations[citation needed]

Individuals[citation needed]

Results

47th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Matt Martin 7,533 39.4
Nonpartisan Michael Negron 4,087 21.4
Nonpartisan Eileen Dordek 3,347 17.5
Nonpartisan Jeff Jenkins 1,592 8.3
Nonpartisan Heather Way Kitzes 921 4.8
Nonpartisan Angie Maloney 879 4.6
Nonpartisan Thomas Schwartzers 369 1.9
Nonpartisan Gus Katsafaros 343 1.8
Nonpartisan Kimball Ladien 75 0.4
Total votes 19,146 100
47th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Matt Martin 11,779 62.6
Nonpartisan Michael Negron 7,053 37.5
Total votes 18,832 100.0

48th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
David Williams III U.S. Navy veteran, Novelist, Medical Logistics Specialist &
Former Republican candidate for U.S. Representative for Illinois’ 9th District
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[83]
Harry Osterman Incumbent alderman (Website)

Endorsements

David Williams III

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • Simon Riberio, 2012 Democratic candidate for U.S. House of representatives – Illinois 9th [84]
  • Arthur Noah Siegel, 2018 Democratic candidate for Illinois House district 14 [84]
  • Willie Wilson, American businessman & 2015/2019 Chicago Mayoral Candidate [88]
  • Anne Stava-Murray, State Representative of Illinois 81st district [89]
  • Shawn Walker, Construction Consultant & 2007 Aldermanic candidate for the 28th ward [90]
  • Bill Morton, president of the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce[91]
  • Dorothy A. Brown Cook, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County in the First Judicial District of Illinois.[92]
  • Tio Hardiman, former director of CeaseFire and candidate for governor in 2014.[93]
  • Bushra Amiwala 2017 DECA award recipient for undergraduate excellence in business & 2018 Democratic primary candidate for Cook County Board of Commissioners District 13.[93]
  • Jamie Murray Real World: New Orleans (2000 season) cast member & Web entrepreneur [94]
  • Vermin Supreme, American performance artist and political activist[95]
Harry Osterman

Organizations:

Results

48th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Harry Osterman (incumbent) 12,442 83.75
Nonpartisan David Williams III 2,415 16.25
Total votes 14,857 100

49th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Maria Hadden Executive director and founder of non-profit Our City Our Voice
Founding board member of Participatory Budgeting Project
2019 Chicago Hadden logo.jpg

(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

[97]
Joe Moore Incumbent alderman
Democratic Committeeman for the 49th ward
2019 Chicago Moore logo.png

(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Campaign

Hadden and Moore both identify as progressives, but their policy positions differ sharply on a number of issues, including policing, accepting donations from developers, use of tax-increment financing, and charter school expansion.[99] Both candidates participated in a debate hosted at Sullivan High School on January 15, 2019.[100][101][102] At the debate, they disagreed on a number of issues, including a freeze on new charter schools (Hadden supported one; Moore did not), funding for a new police training facility (Moore supported the ongoing proposal; Hadden did not), and use of tax-increment financing for the proposed Lincoln Yards project (Moore was in favor; Hadden was opposed).[101][103]

In February 2019, a controversy emerged when two photographers alleged that the Moore campaign used their photographs in campaign advertisements without permission or attribution.[104] Another controversy emerged late in the campaign when a Moore staffer accused a 15 year old Hadden volunteer (and former Moore intern) of espionage.

Endorsements

Maria Hadden

Organizations:[105]

Individuals:

Joe Moore

Organizations:

Results

Through this election, the victor Maria Hadden made history as the first LGBTQ woman of color to be elected to Chicago's City Council.[113]

49th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Maria Hadden 7,774 63.5
Nonpartisan Joe Moore (incumbent) 4,476 36.5
Total votes 12,250 100

50th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Andrew Rowlas Former Chicago Public Schools teacher and principal
Former adjunct professor
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
[114]
Debra Silverstein Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Twitter)
Zehra Quadri Executive director of social service agency
Former Cook County Grant Management Administrator
Candidate for 50th ward alderman in 2015
(Website)
(Facebook)
[115][116]

The following candidate filed nominating petitions but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

  • Majid Mustafa

Endorsements

Andrew Rowlas

Organizations:[117]

  • Northside Democracy for America
  • Cook County Green Party

Individuals:

  • Lori Lightfoot, former President of the Chicago Police Board, former Assistant U.S. Attorney, candidate for mayor of Chicago in 2019[68]
Debra Silverstein

Organizations:[118]

Zehra Quadri

Individuals:

Campaigns

A candidate forum is scheduled for February 10, 2019.[119]

Results

50th General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Debra Silverstein (incumbent) 5,965 65.8
Nonpartisan Andrew Rowlas 1,668 18.4
Nonpartisan Zehra Quadri 1,435 15.8
Total votes 9,068 100

Northwest Side

26th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
David Herrera Municipal finance and development professional
Small business owner
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Instagram)
[120][121]
Roberto Maldonado Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Theresa Siaw Health clinic manager
Social entrepreneur
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[122][123]

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

David Herrera

Organizations:

Robert Maldonado

Organizations:

Results

26th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Roberto Maldonado (incumbent) 4,111 50.6
Nonpartisan Theresa Siaw 2,451 28.2
Nonpartisan David Herrera 1,854 21.3
Total votes 8,706 100

30th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Ariel Reboyras Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
Edgar Esparza Candidate for 30th ward alderman in 2015 (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[125]
Jessica Gutierrez Community organizer
Former teacher
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[126]

Endorsements

Ariel Rebroyas

Organizations:

Jessica Gutierrez

Organizations:

  • Northside Democracy for America[37]

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]
  • Maria Hadden, alderwoman-elect for the 49th ward (endorsed for run-off election)[35]

Results

30th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ariel Reboyras (incumbent) 3,549 47.9
Nonpartisan Jessica Gutierrez 3,518 47.5
Nonpartisan Edgar Esparza 338 4.6
Total votes 7,405 100
30th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ariel Reboyras (incumbent) 4,091 51.9
Nonpartisan Jessica Gutierrez 3,790 48.1
Total votes 7,881 100

31st ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Colin Bird-Martinez Founder of 31st Ward Independent Political Organization
Local school council member
Automotive analyst
Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[128]
Felix Cardona, Jr. Executive in local government agencies
Community volunteer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[129]
Milly Santiago Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Colin Bird-Martinez

Organizations:

Felix Cardona

Organizations:

  • Chicago Federation of Labor
  • LiUNA! Chicago Laborer's District Council
  • Personal PAC[131]
  • Chicago Police Sergeant's Association
  • Chicago Alliance for Animals
Milly Santiago

Organizations:

Results

31st Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Milly Santiago (incumbent) 2,581 40.4
Nonpartisan Felix Cardona 2,119 33.2
Nonpartisan Colin Bird-Martinez 1,692 26.3
Total votes 6,392 100
31st Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Felix Cardona Jr. 3,573 54.3
Nonpartisan Milly Santiago (incumbent) 3,009 45.7
Total votes 6,582 100.0

33rd ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Deb Mell Incumbent alderman (Twitter)
Katie Sieracki Small business executive (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[132][133]
Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez Youth educator
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[134]

The following candidates submitted nominating petition signatures but withdrew before the certification process:[2]

  • Joel Zawko

Endorsements

Deb Mell

Organizations:

Katie Sieracki

Organizations:

Individuals:

Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez

Organizations:

Campaign

All three candidates appeared at a candidate forum hosted at Bateman Elementary School on February 7, 2019. The forum was originally scheduled for January 30 but was postponed due to the polar vortex.[137]

Results

33rd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez 4,567 42.0
Nonpartisan Deb Mell (incumbent) 4,497 41.4
Nonpartisan Katie Sieracki 1,812 16.7
Total votes 10,876 100
33rd Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez 5,754 50.1
Nonpartisan Deb Mell (incumbent) 5,741 49.9
Total votes 11,495 100.0

35th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Amanda Yu Dieterich Member of local school council
Small business owner
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[138]
Carlos Ramirez-Rosa Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Mayra Gonzalez
  • Walter Zarnecki, Republican Party nominee for Cook County Board Commissioner for the 8th district[139]

Endorsements

Amanda Yu Dietrich

Organizations:

Carlos Ramirez-Rosa

Organizations:[140]

Campaign

Dieterich and Ramirez-Rosa appeared at a candidate forum hosted by Logan Square Preservation on January 8, 2019.[16][141]

Results

35th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (incumbent) 4,685 59.5
Nonpartisan Amanda Yu Dieterich 3,194 40.5
Total votes 7,879 100

36th ward

Incumbent alderman Gilbert Villegas is running unopposed.[2]

Results

36th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Gilbert Villegas (incumbent) 5,361 100.0
Total votes 5,361 100.0

38th ward

Candidates

Incumbent alderman Nicholas Sposato is running unopposed. Ralph Pawlikowski, a higher education professional and community volunteer,[142] filed nominating petitions but was removed from the ballot due to insufficient signatures.[2]

Results

38th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Nicholas Sposato (incumbent) 9,307 100.0
Total votes 9,307 100.0

39th ward

Incumbent alderman Margaret Laurino is not running for reelection.[11]

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Casey Smagala Social service agency manager
Member of local school councils
Community volunteer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[143]
Joe Duplechin Law enforcement officer
U.S. Army veteran
Carpenter
(Website)
(Facebook)
[144]
Robert Murphy Democratic Committeeman for the 39th Ward
President of Forest Glen Community Association
Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[145]
Sam Nugent Medical industry professional
Local government consultant, Lawyer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[146]

The following candidates submitted nominating petition signatures but withdrew before the certification process:[2]

  • Jeffrey S. La Porte

Endorsements

Robert Murphy

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]
  • Maria Hadden, alderwoman-elect for the 49th ward (endorsed for run-off election)[35]
Samantha Nugent

Organizations:

Results

39th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Sam Nugent 4,380 33.2
Nonpartisan Robert Murphy 3,893 29.5
Nonpartisan Casey Smagala 3,624 27.5
Nonpartisan Joe Duplechin 1,283 9.7
Total votes 13,180 100
39th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Sam Nugent 7,454 56.0
Nonpartisan Robert Murphy 5,864 44.0
Total votes 13,318 100.0

41st ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Anthony Napolitano Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Tim Heneghan Former firefighter
Union organizer
Former local school council member
Volunteer athletic coach
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[147]

Endorsements

Tim Heneghan

Organizations:

Results

41st Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Anthony Napolitano (incumbent) 12,448 70.3
Nonpartisan Tim Heneghan 5,272 29.7
Total votes 17,720 100

45th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Jim Gardiner Firefighter (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[148]
John Arena Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Marilyn Morales Manager in local government agencies
Community volunteer
(Website)
(Facebook)
[149]
Robert Bank (Website)
(Facebook)

Endorsements

John Arena

Organizations:

Results

45th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jim Gardiner 7,542 51.0
Nonpartisan John Arena (incumbent) 5,359 36.2
Nonpartisan Marilyn Morales 1,346 9.1
Nonpartisan Robert Bank 549 3.7
Total votes 14,796 100

West Side

22nd ward

Incumbent alderman Ricardo Muñoz did not run for reelection.[9]

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Liz Lopez Social worker, Educator
Healthcare non-profit executive
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
[150]
Michael Rodriguez Democratic Committeeman for the 22nd Ward
Executive Vice Chairman of the Cook County Democratic Party
Non-profit leader, Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
[151]
Neftalie Gonzalez Business owner, Youth mentor
Former police officer
Candidate for 22nd ward alderman in 2011
(Facebook) [152]
Richard Juarez Public health professional
Community volunteer
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[153]

Endorsements

Michael Rodriguez

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]

Campaign

All four candidates appeared at a candidate forum at Little Village Lawndale High School on January 31, 2019.[155]

Results

22nd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael Rodriguez 3,096 63.6
Nonpartisan Liz Lopez 671 13.8
Nonpartisan Richard Juarez 608 12.5
Nonpartisan Neftalie Gonzalez 474 9.8
Total votes 4,849 100

24th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Creative Scott Business owner
North Lawndale Community Newspaper board member
(Website)
(Facebook)
[156]
Michael Scott Jr. Incumbent alderman
Toriano Sanzone Owner of Wolfkeeper University
Technology industry entrepreneur
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[157]
Traci Treasure Johnson (Facebook)
(Twitter)

Two candidates was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

One candidate filed nominating petitions but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

  • Larry Nelson, Republican Committeeman for the 24th Ward[159]

Endorsements

Michael Scott Jr.

Organizations:

Results

24th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael Scott Jr. (incumbent) 3,795 58.9
Nonpartisan Creative Scott 1,187 18.7
Nonpartisan Traci Johnson 991 15.6
Nonpartisan Toriano Sanzone 364 5.7
Total votes 6,337 100

25th ward

Incumbent alderman Danny Solis did not run for reelection.[10]

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Hilario Dominguez Community organizer
Chicago Public Schools teacher
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[160]
Alex Acevedo Pediatric nurse
Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[161]
Troy Hernandez Executive Architect and Data Scientist at IBM
Volunteer Director of PERRO
Former local school council member, Pilsen Academy
(Website)
(Facebook)
[162]
Byron Sigcho-Lopez Executive director of Pilsen Alliance
Local school council member
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[163]
Aida Flores Public school teacher and principal (Website)
(Facebook)
[164]

Campaign

All five candidates appeared at a forum hosted by the Pilsen Law Center and the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois on January 12, 2019.[165][166] Two additional forums were scheduled: one hosted by the West Loop Democratic Club is scheduled on January 23,[166][167] and one hosted by the Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community and other Chinatown community organizations on January 28.[168][169]

Endorsements

Byron Sigcho-Lopez

Organizations:

Hilario Dominguez

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • Jesús "Chuy" García, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 4th district, former member of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, former alderman in Chicago City Council, candidate for mayor in 2015[170]
Troy Hernandez

Organizations:

Results

25th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Byron Sigcho-Lopez 2,866 29.2
Nonpartisan Alexander Acevedo 2,174 22.2
Nonpartisan Hilario Dominguez 2,047 20.9
Nonpartisan Aida Flores 1,903 19.4
Nonpartisan Troy Hernandez 827 8.4
Total votes 9,817 100
25th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Byron Sigcho-Lopez 5,214 54.2
Nonpartisan Alex Acevedo 4,408 45.8
Total votes 9,622 100.0

27th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Walter Burnett Jr. Incumbent alderman (Facebook)
(Twitter)
Cynthia Bednarz Real estate professional, community volunteer (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[171]

Endorsements

Walter Burnett Jr.

Organizations:

Results

27th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Walter Burnett Jr. 6,920 68.6
Nonpartisan Cynthia Bednarz 3,166 31.4
Total votes 10,086 100

28th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Beverly Miles Public service professional
U.S. Army veteran
(Website) [172]
Jasmine Jackson Special education teacher [173]
Jason Ervin Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Miguel Bautista (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

The following candidate submitted nominating petition signatures but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

Endorsements

Jason Ervin

Organizations:

Results

28th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jason Ervin (incumbent) 4,914 61.4
Nonpartisan Jasmine Jackson 1,221 15.3
Nonpartisan Miguel Bautista 1,117 14.0
Nonpartisan Aida Flores 756 9.4
Total votes 8,008 100

29th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Chris Taliaferro Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Dwayne Truss Local school council member
Former co-chair of Austin Community Action Council
Member of non-profit boards, Community volunteer
(Website)
(Twitter)
[175]
Zerlina Smith Community activist
Candidate for 29th ward alderman in 2015
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[176]

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Gayinga Washington

Endorsements

Chris Taliaferro

Organizations:

Results

25th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Chris Taliaferro (incumbent) 6,208 58.7
Nonpartisan Dwayne Truss 2,901 27.5
Nonpartisan Zerlina Smith 1,460 13.8
Total votes 10,569 100

37th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Emma Mitts Incumbent alderman (Facebook)
Deondre Rutues (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Tara Stamps Teacher
Community activist
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[177]
Otis Percy (Facebook)

Endorsements

Deondre Rutues

Organizations:

Tara Stamps

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]

Results

37th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Emma Mitts (incumbent) 4,131 54.1
Nonpartisan Tara Stamps 3,071 40.2
Nonpartisan Deondre Rutues 436 5.7
Total votes 7,638 100

Southwest Side

11th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
David Mihalyfy (Website)
(Twitter)
Patrick Daley Thompson Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Twitter)

Endorsements

Daniel Mihalyfy

Organizations:

Patrick Daley Thompson

Organizations:

Results

11th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Patrick Daley Thompson (incumbent) 7,504 73.4
Nonpartisan David Mihalyfy 2,715 26.6
Total votes 10,219 100

12th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Martha Rangel
Pete DeMay Founding member of Neighbors for Environmental Justice and 12th ward independent political organization
Community organizer, Union organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[179]
George Cardenas Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Jose Rico Former director of White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics
Community activist, Teacher
(Website) [180][181]

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Jose Rico

Organizations:

Results

12th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan George Cardenas (incumbent) 2,965 50.3
Nonpartisan Pete Demay 2,047 17.1
Nonpartisan Jose Rico 1,000 17.0
Nonpartisan Martha Rangel 919 15.6
Total votes 5,892 100

13th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
David Krupa (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Marty Quinn Incumbent alderman (Website)

Endorsements

David Krupa

Organizations:

Marty Quinn

Organizations:

Results

13th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Marty Quinn (incumbent) 10,696 86.0
Nonpartisan David Krupa 1,739 14.0
Total votes 12,435 100

14th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Edward M. Burke Incumbent alderman
Jaime Guzman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Tanya Patino Civil engineer
Social and political activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[183]

The following candidate submitted nominating petitions but has withdrawn from the ballot:[2]

Endorsements

Tanya Patino

Organizations:

Individuals:

Jaime Guzman

Organizations:

Results

14th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Edward M. Burke (incumbent) 3,897 54.3
Nonpartisan Tanya Patino 2,109 29.4
Nonpartisan Jaime Guzman 1,176 16.4
Total votes 7,182 100

15th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Berto Aguayo Community organizer (Facebook) [187]
Joseph G. Williams Violence interrupter (Facebook) [188]
Otis Davis Jr. (Facebook)
Rafael Yañez Youth non-profit manager and organizer
Former police officer
Former Police-Youth Mentoring Program coordinator
(Facebook) [189][190]
Raymond Lopez Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Joel Riojas, business entrepreneur[191]

One candidate submitted nominating petition signatures but withdrew before the certification process:[2]

  • Deborah Lane

Endorsements

Rafael Yanez

Organizations:

Individuals:

  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk, former alderman for the 49th ward, former acting mayor of Chicago[38]
Raymond Lopez

Organizations:

Campaign

A candidate forum was scheduled on February 5, 2019.[169]

Results

15th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Raymond Lopez (incumbent) 2,525 49.7
Nonpartisan Rafa Yanez 1,112 21.9
Nonpartisan Berto Aguayo 824 16.2
Nonpartisan Joseph Williams 411 8.1
Nonpartisan Otis Davis Jr. 208 4.1
Total votes 5,080 100
39th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Raymond Lopez (incumbent) 3,201 59.9
Nonpartisan Rafa Yanez 2,140 40.1
Total votes 5,341 100.0

16th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Eddie Johnson (Facebook)
([@Eddie16thWard Twitter])
Jeffrey Lewis
Kenny Doss II (Website)
Latasha Sanders Community outreach coordinator
Local government employee
(Website)
(Facebook)
[192]
Stephanie Coleman Democratic Committeeman for the 16th Ward
Candidate for 16th ward alderman in 2015
Daughter of former alderman Shirley Coleman
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[193]
Toni Foulkes Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)

Endorsements

Eddie Johnson III

Organizations:

Stephanie Colman

Organizations:

Toni Foulkes

Organizations:

Results

16th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Stephanie Coleman 2,449 44.1
Nonpartisan Toni Foulkes (incumbent) 1,749 31.5
Nonpartisan Latasha Sanders 535 9.6
Nonpartisan Eddie Sanders III 369 6.7
Nonpartisan Kenny Doss II 359 6.5
Nonpartisan Jeffrey Lewis 88 1.6
Total votes 5,549 100
16th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Stephanie Coleman 3,805 66.1
Nonpartisan Toni Foulkes (incumbent) 1,951 33.9
Total votes 5,756 100.0

17th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
David H. Moore Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
Raynetta Greenleaf Non-profit founder and manager
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
[194]

Endorsements

David Moore

Organizations:

Results

17th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan David H. Moore (incumbent) 5,302 67.3
Nonpartisan Raynetta Greenleaf 2,582 32.7
Total votes 7,884 100

18th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Chuks Onyezia Lawyer, Community volunteer, Small business owner (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[195]
Derrick Curtis Incumbent alderman (Facebook)

Endorsements

Chuks Onyezia

Organizations:

Results

18th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Derrick Curtis (incumbent) 8,002 67.3
Nonpartisan Chuks Onyezia 3,892 32.7
Total votes 11,894 100

23rd ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Silvana Tabares Incumbent alderman
Paulino Villarreal Business owner and manager (Website) [196]

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Charles Hughes

Endorsements

Silvana Tabares

Organizations:

Paulino Villarreal

Organizations:

Results

23rd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Silvana Tabares (incumbent) 6,682 76.2
Nonpartisan Paulino Villarreal 2,091 23.8
Total votes 8,773 100

South Side

3rd ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Pat Dowell Incumbent alderman (Website)
Alexandria Willis Healthcare advocate and policymaker
Community activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[197]

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Lelan M. Jones
  • Andre Love

Endorsements

Pat Dowell

Organizations:

Alexandria Willis

Organizations:

  • Center for Racial & Gender Equity[26]

Campaigns

A candidate forum was scheduled on January 29, 2019.[198]

Results

3rd Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Pat Dowell (incumbent) 9,012 69.0
Nonpartisan Alexandria Willis 4,054 31.0
Total votes 13,066 100

4th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Ebony Lucas Former teacher
Former community development professional
Founder of law firm representing low-income homeowners
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[199]
Sophia King Incumbent alderman (Website)

Endorsements

Sophia King

Organizations:

Results

4th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Sophia King (incumbent) 9,126 66.1
Nonpartisan Ebony Lucas 4,682 33.9
Total votes 13,808 100

5th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Gabriel Piemonte Journalist
Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[201]
Leslie Hairston Incumbent alderman (Website)
William Calloway Community organizer, Anti-violence activist
Community outreach organization founder
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[202]

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Gabriel Piemonte

Organizations:

Leslie Hairston

Organizations:

Results

5th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Leslie Hairston (incumbent) 6,265 48.6
Nonpartisan William Calloway 3,443 26.7
Nonpartisan Gabriel Piemonte 3,183 24.7
Total votes 12,891 100
5th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Leslie Hairston (incumbent) 6,830 50.6
Nonpartisan William Calloway 6,660 49.4
Total votes 13,490 100.0

6th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Roderick Sawyer Incumbent alderman (Twitter)
Deborah Foster-Bonner Business owner
Block club president, Community organizer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[206]
Richard Wooten Candidate for 6th ward alderman in 2015 (Twitter)

Endorsements

Roderick Sawyer

Organizations:

Deborah Foster-Bonner

Organizations:

Results

6th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Roderick Sawyer (incumbent) 5,020 50.0
Nonpartisan Deborah Foster-Bonner 3,132 31.2
Nonpartisan Richard Wooten 1,884 18.8
Total votes 10,036 100

7th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Charles Kyle Host of community discussion forum
Community volunteer
Program director for a youth agency
(Website)
(Facebook)
[207]
Gregory Mitchell Incumbent alderman (Website)
Jedidiah Brown (Facebook)
(Twitter)

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Gregory Mitchell

Organizations:

Results

7th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Gregory Mitchell (incumbent) 6,634 66.3
Nonpartisan Jedidiah Brown 2,085 20.8
Nonpartisan Charles Kyle 1,289 12.9
Total votes 10,008 100

8th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Faheem Shabazz (Facebook)
Jewel Easterling-Smith (Website)
(Facebook)
Linda Hudson Community volunteer
Former manager at accounting, finance, non-profit, private equity and telecommunications firms
(Website)
(Facebook)
[209]
Michelle A. Harris Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Twitter)

Two candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

Endorsements

Faheem Shabazz

Organizations:

Michelle Harris

Organizations:

Results

8th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michelle A. Harris (incumbent) 8,696 64.3
Nonpartisan Linda Hudson 2,346 17.4
Nonpartisan Faheem Shabazz 1,382 10.2
Nonpartisan Jewel Easterling-Smith 1,089 8.1
Total votes 13,513 100

9th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Anthony Beale Incumbent alderman
Cleopatra Watson Community organizer (Website)
(Facebook)
[211]
Essie Hall
Paul Collins (Website)
(Facebook)

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

One candidate submitted nominating petitions but withdrew before ballot certification:[2]

  • Rachel Williams

Endorsements

Anthony Beale

Organizations:

Cleopatra Watson

Organizations:

Campaign

A candidate forum was scheduled on January 26, 2019 at the Altgeld Murray Community Center.[169]

Results

9th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Anthony Beale (incumbent) 6,753 59.3
Nonpartisan Cleopatra Watson 2,943 25.8
Nonpartisan Paul Collins 937 8.2
Nonpartisan Essie Hall 762 6.7
Total votes 11,395 100

10th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Susie Sadlowski Garza Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Robert "Bobby" Loncar President of East Side Chamber of Commerce
Lawyer, Community volunteer
(Website)
(Facebook)
[213]

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Yessenia Carreón, community activist[214]

Endorsements

Susan Sadlowski Garza

Organizations:

Robert "Bobby" Loncar

Organizations:

Results

10th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Susie Sadlowski Garza (incumbent) 5,753 68.6
Nonpartisan Bobby Loncar 2,632 31.4
Total votes 8,385 100

19th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Matthew O'Shea Incumbent alderman (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
David Dewar

Endorsements

Matt O'Shea

Organizations:

Results

16th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Matthew O'Shea (incumbent) 17,581 85.2
Nonpartisan David Dewar 3,045 14.8
Total votes 20,626 100

20th ward

Incumbent alderman Willie Cochran is not running for reelection.[8]

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Andre Smith Community activist
Candidate for 20th ward alderman in 2010
Business owner
(Website)
(Facebook)
[215]
Anthony Driver Jr. Community advocate
Former policy lobbyist in Washington, DC
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[216]
Dernard Newell Former Assistant State's Attorney
Former chaplain and pastor
Former university professor
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[217]
Jeanette Taylor Community organizer and activist (Website)
(Facebook)
[218]
Jennifer Maddox Employee of Office of Community Affairs in the Chicago Police Department
Founder of youth education non-profit
(Website)
(Facebook)
[219]
Kevin Bailey Democratic Committeeman of the 20th ward
Community volunteer and activist
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[220]
Maya Hodari (Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
Nicole Johnson Youth educator
Policy and program manager for Chicago Votes
Board member of Chicago Metro YMCA Associate Board
(Website)
(Facebook)
[221]
Quandra Speights (Website)
(Facebook)

Six candidates were removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Cassius Rudolph
  • Charles Hilliard
  • Clifton Pierce
  • Kimetha Hill
  • Matthew Johnson
  • Sheila Scott

Endorsements

Maya Hodari

Organizations:

Jeanette Taylor

Organizations:

Results

20th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jeanette Taylor 2,146 28.8
Nonpartisan Nicole Johnson 1,640 22.0
Nonpartisan Kevin Bailey 1,207 16.2
Nonpartisan Maya Hodari 699 9.4
Nonpartisan Andre Smith 593 8.0
Nonpartisan Anthony Driver Jr. 483 6.5
Nonpartisan Jennifer Maddox 457 6.1
Nonpartisan Quandra Speights 157 2.1
Nonpartisan Dernard Newell 70 0.9
Total votes 7,452 100
20th Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jeanette Taylor 4,547 59.7
Nonpartisan Nicole Johnson 3,074 40.3
Total votes 7,621 100.0

21st ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Howard Brookins Incumbent alderman (Facebook)
Joseph Ziegler (Website)
(Facebook)
Marvin McNeil Former Democratic Committeeman for the 6th ward
Candidate for 21st ward alderman in 2015
Former block club president, Community volunteer
(Website)
(Facebook)
[222]
Patricia Foster

One candidate was removed from the ballot due to insufficient nominating petition signatures:[2]

  • Julius Modeliste

Endorsements

Howard Brookins

Organizations:

Marvin McNeil

Organizations:

Results

21st Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Howard Brookins Jr. (incumbent) 5,680 45.8
Nonpartisan Marvin McNeil 3,132 25.7
Nonpartisan Patricia Foster 2,377 19.2
Nonpartisan Joseph Ziegler Jr. 1,211 9.8
Total votes 12,400 100
21st Ward Runoff[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Howard Brookins Jr. (incumbent) 7,171 53.3
Nonpartisan Marvin McNeil 6,287 46.7
Total votes 13,458 100

34th ward

Candidates

Certified candidates[2]
Name Experience Campaign Ref
Carrie Austin Incumbent alderman (Facebook)
Preston Brown Jr. Former candidate for Illinois House 27th district
Former professional in consumer finance, telecommunications, and securities industries
Lawyer
(Website)
(Facebook)
(Twitter)
[223][224]

Endorsements

Carrie Austin

Organizations:

Preston Brown Jr.

Organizations:

Results

34th Ward General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carrie Austin (incumbent) 6,284 54.3
Nonpartisan Preston Brown Jr. 5,278 45.7
Total votes 11,562 100

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Elections in Chicago are officially nonpartisan. These numbers are for informational purposes only and based on public record.
  2. ^ Figure does not include the independent Nicholas Sposato of the 38th ward, who defected from the Democrats in 2017.

External links

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