Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza (10) in a five-part tweet thread wrote “Let me be perfectly clear. My decision to retire is entirely my own. People in the press that want to put the onus on the Mayor for the retirements in City Council don't understand the dynamics of what it's like to be an elected official in this tumultuous environment of the Last few years .As for my relationship with the Mayor: I'm incredibly proud of the work that I've done with Mayor Lightfoot. Together, we changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of workers across the city--from the Fair Workweek ordinance to the Hotel Workers Right to Return...”
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted “I love connecting with voters, surprising them being a mayoral candidate walking on their block asking them IN PERSON for their support!”
Ald. Mike Rodriguez (22) tweeted “I was proud to be endorsed today by Congressman Jesús "Chuy" García a true legend to the progressive movement. Congratulations to Jeylu Gutierrez (14) and Ana Guajardo (10) for also earning Congressman Garcia’s support.”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted “Today we will be receiving amother bus bringing to our city people who have bravely crossed jungles, rivers and desserts to get to safety. We are receiving pregnant people, little ones of all ages, people who didn’t have any other choice but to escape. They are our siblings and we will extend them the solidarity all humans deserve. @GovAbbott says he’s pro-life, but clearly for him there is only some life that is worth protecting. We will be sharing additional donation drop off locations around the city soon. Solidarity saves and community heals.”
Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) tweeted “At [email protected] today see [email protected] deliver coffee and donuts to students. As the Chairman of Technology, these types of innovations are great for the city.”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) tweeted “If you call 9-1-1 for a mental health crisis, you deserve a response from a mental health professional. That is why I support #TreatmentNotTrauma. Let’s expand our mental health first responder program.”
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