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Mr. Illini
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« on: January 13, 2019, 10:08:26 pm »

Ready to roll for the Chicago elections this year. Should be a good one!

Leading up to the elections on Feb 26, I'll be setting the stage with various historical maps. I'll map the 2/26 elections afterward in the lead up to the expected run off in April, upon which I'll map that.
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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2019, 10:33:55 pm »

Here, I've mapped the report just released by the Center for Racial and Gender Equity of the scores given to aldermen and women on racial justice.

Obviously it is a bit of a mixed bag, but a couple of trends stick out - aldermen and women from the nearer NW side (Wicker, Logan, Irving Park, etc) are generally good, those representing downtown are not very good, and despite demographic changes, the aldermen and women from the far NW and SW sides are still very bad (in line with history), except for John Arena.

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