Aldermanic Winners and Hopefuls

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We talk with some aldermanic winners about beating the incumbents, as well as their priorities for the wards they represent and working with a new City Council.

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The finalists for this year's James Beard Awards have been released. Ten local names made the list of finalists in the restaurant and chef awards categories.

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Runoff elections will be held April 7. Check out our map of aldermanic winners and runoffs.

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Proco "Joe" Moreno won 50.9 percent of the vote in the 1st Ward in Tuesday's election, but his challenger Anne Shaw won’t concede until all the absentee ballots are counted. Ald. Nick Sposato won 54 percent of the vote in the 38th Ward; and Carlos Ramirez-Rosa won 67 percent in the 35th Ward and was the only candidate to oust an incumbent. The three winning aldermen join us.

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The people have spoken as incumbent candidate Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Commissioner Jesús "Chuy" García will face off again April 7 in a runoff vote.

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Republican Bruce Rauner will be the next Illinois governor as Pat Quinn officially conceded at 3:30 pm Wednesday.

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Bruce Rauner has won the Republican gubernatorial primary and will face incumbent Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn in the November election. Check out the winners for key races in the March Primary Election.

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We hear from some of the winners in last night's Congressional races, heading to Washington to face the gridlock.

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Bruce Sherman, Best Chef, Great Lakes

Chicago's Mindy Segal reacts to being named the best pastry chef in the country. We hear from Segal and North Pond's Bruce Sherman about their James Beard awards.

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We're joined by winners of the contentious 8th and 10th Congressional primaries. They talk general election strategy and more.