- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
After Years As An Organizer, New 46th Ward Ald. Angela Clay Wants To Keep Building Community In Office
Clay won one of the most expensive City Council races this year and will succeed retiring Ald. James Cappleman. She said her background in organizing helped her prevail in a tough election.
Retiring Ald. James Cappleman Defends Uptown Development Boom, Pledges To Stay In Neighborhood
Ald. James Cappleman's 12 years in office included an unprecedented development wave in Uptown, which helps secure the neighborhood's affordable future, he said.
Angela Clay Wins Uptown’s 46th Ward Race, Despite Big Money Against Her From Outside Groups
The 46th Ward runoff was the only ward-level election to see its campaign contribution limits lifted by the state after outside groups spent more than $100,000 — mostly to support Clay's opponent, Kim Walz.
Save The Uptown Theatre? Here’s What The 2 Candidates Running For 46th Ward Alderperson Want To Do
Multiple leaders have tried to revive the historic Uptown Theatre, which has been closed for over 40 years.
Chicago’s Big Spenders: Here’s Who Is Paying Serious Cash To Shape The Next City Council
Millions have fueled campaigns for City Council. The way candidates get their campaign cash — and who gives it to them — often reveals a lot about their alliances, promises and priorities.
Dunne, Villegas Campaigns Using Red Boxes As Apparent Signal To Outside Spenders
"Redboxing" is approved messaging on a campaign website to indirectly suggest wording and dissemination methods to PACs. Some election experts have criticized the practice, but redboxing isn’t illegal in Illinois.
46th Ward Candidates Will Debate Uptown, Lakeview Issues Thursday
Kim Walz and Angela Clay are running to replace the retiring Ald. James Cappleman in City Council. The forum is Thursday night.
As Outside Groups Spend Big To Back Kim Walz In 46th Ward Election, Campaign Contribution Cap Lifted
Candidates Kim Walz and Angela Clay, vying to represent Uptown and part of Lakeview, can raise unlimited funds from donors after special interests spent over $100,000 in the race — mostly in support of Walz.
46th Ward Runoff Comes Down To Community Organizer Angela Clay, Former Congressional Aide Kim Walz
Clay and Walz emerged from six candidates to advance to the April 4 runoff. They'll vie to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman, who has served since 2011.
Angela Clay, Kim Walz Poised To Head Into Runoff In 46th Ward Race To Succeed James Cappleman
Six candidates ran to replace Cappleman, who is retiring.
46th Ward Aldermanic Candidates To Discuss Issues During Lakeview Forum Thursday
The six candidates running to succeed retiring Ald. James Cappleman will discuss public safety, housing development and other issues.
Meet The 46th Ward Aldermanic Candidates In Lakeview Forum Thursday
Six candidates are running to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman in the 46th Ward, which includes a portion of Lakeview and much of Uptown.
46th Ward Candidates Talk Transit, Housing And Public Safety In Uptown At Candidate Forum
Six candidates are running in the open race to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman as Uptown and Lakeview's alderperson.
46th Ward Candidates To Face Off In Uptown Forum Tuesday
Six candidates are vying to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman (46th).
6 Candidates Running To Replace Retiring Ald. James Cappleman In Uptown, Lakeview’s 46th Ward
Ald. James Cappleman is retiring after three terms on the City Council.
Federal Administrative Judge, Palmer House Bartender Among Candidates Vying To Replace Retiring Ald. James Cappleman In 46th Ward
Patrick Nagle and Roushaunda Williams are two of six candidates running for the open 46th Ward seat.
How Much Does My Alderman Make? Here’s A Complete List
The highest-paid alderpeople will make $142,772 next year, thanks to a nearly 10 percent raise. The lowest-paid alderperson makes $115,560, by comparison.
Former Congressional Aide Kim Walz Joins Race For 46th Ward Alderperson
Kim Walz was an aide to U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley, who has endorsed her in the race to succeed Ald. James Cappleman (46th).
Uptown Activist, Political Organizer Angela Clay Announces 2nd Run For Alderwoman
Clay seeks to become the progressive choice in the open race for the 46th Ward seat being vacated by Ald. James Cappleman.
Ald. James Cappleman Won’t Seek Re-Election After Three Terms Serving Uptown Area
In an email touting his accomplishments since taking office in 2011, Cappleman said it's with "mixed emotions" he is announcing his retirement.