Ald. Raymond (15) tweeted, “Why does @chicagosmayor & politicians like her always give cover to criminals by equalizing them against thousands of good people? Saw it w/ Welcoming City debate, saw it w/ “righteous protest”-turned-looting, and we are seeing it again now. Good and bad are not equals. Enough!”
Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) wrote in his latest newsletter that his office will “co-host a telephone town hall meeting at 7:00pm along with Senator Bill Cunningham and Representative Fran Hurley. The call will include Dr. Jennifer Seo from the Chicago Department of Public Health and Commander Sean Joyce from the 22nd District Chicago Police Department to discuss their department's ongoing work in our community.” Online registration is required.
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, “My abortion was one of the most important health care interventions I had in my life. I’m grateful I was able to have access at that time and I’m committed to fighting like hell for the right of EVERYONE to have an abortion when they need it.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, “Hear me out: The Ashland Bus Rapit Transit (BRT) proposal gave BRT a bad name in Chicago. Much of North Ashland Avenue is just a 10 minute walk from a train. For many Chicagoans, it felt like a proposal to make transit rich neighborhoods on the northside even richer.”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) tweeted, “Today I canvassed the the block where a homicide and robbery attempt occurred this past Wednesday morning. I was joined by [Ex-Cons For Community & Social Change], a violence prevention group, to show our neighbors that our community comes together to build presence in the neighborhood!
Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter, “While it's possible that voters may be asked to choose between revised versions of both maps during the primary election next June, I'm hopeful that the City Council will come together and agree on a single map that includes Chicago's first ever majority Asian-American ward and that is consistent with the federal Voting Rights Act.”
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