Lori Lightfoot Out As Mayor Of Chicago After Losing Re-Election Bid
- Lori Lightfoot is officially out as Mayor of Chicago, becoming the first incumbent from the city to lose reelection in the past 40 years.
- Lightfoot was praised for being the first openly gay and black female mayor in the city’s history.
- The imaginary diversity brownie points did not, however, make a difference when it came to her actual performance as Mayor.
- Police morale hit a near-all-time low and the city’s crime spiraled out of control.
- The people of Chicago were obviously not pleased with the job that Lori Lightfoot did, therefore they have moved on.
- Lightfoot got abysmally low numbers in the recent election, garnering only 17% of the total vote.
- The two mayoral candidates who received more votes than Lightfoot (but not more than the required 50%+1 to win outright), Paul Vallas, and Brandon Johnson, will face off against each other in a runoff election.
Lori Lightfoot loses reelection — with Vallas to face Johnson in runoff – Chicago Sun-Times
Lori Lightfoot: Chicago mayor will lose reelection bid, CNN projects, as crime concerns grow | CNN Politics
2023 Chicago live election results – Chicago Tribune
Opinion | The Spectacular Fall of Lori Lightfoot and the Politics of Race and Crime – The New York Times
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot reacts to election loss, says she was treated unfairly because of her race, gender | Fox News
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot ousted; frontrunners Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson face off in April | AP News
Chicago may throw Mayor Lori Lightfoot out in the first round | The Economist
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