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"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"My guest this week and include WBZ 'em political analyst Andy Shah of the BGA. He shared the studio with me, Chris cry Dell and Cisco Koto on election night. He is the and he is the former director head of the BJ. I should say also joining me here is Heather Sharon, managing editor of the daily line, which provides online reporting for political professionals. I will say that she and her team have been a great resource to me, and our reporting will welcome to both of you always a pleasure to be back before during and after an election for having me. Well, let's talk top of the ticket. I I'm been thinking of this crowded election is kind of a laboratory a political campaign. So what might we have learned about what works, and what doesn't in in campaigns Heather well, the last name of daily didn't work as well. As I think a lot of people expected it to also. You know, Lori Lightfoot finished in first place, and she spent nearly five times less than daily dead. Twenty preckwinkle finished in second place with the support of the Chicago teachers union, so union support base. It definitely paid off. But the city is definitely up poised for a much more progressive path, and you know, as we discussed on Tuesday night, Craig I think I was shocked by the low turnout in maybe the fourteen candidates so muddled field and the minds of potential voters that they couldn't get through the clutter and decide who to vote for. But when you have such an important election with an open seat, and so many daunting challenges facing city, you think more people would want to participate in yet. It was near record low. Now, I think that's gonna change for April. Second with two candidates. But I think maybe the fourteen candidates. Yes. Historical. But I think it was a turn on. Off a lot of voters. It's been a very cold winter the pre election season was called election day was cold. So I think that's disappointing on the other hand. I think that with two candidates now, I think it's going to warm up both in terms of interest and weather. You know, I'd like to think that but I'm wondering though, you've got a couple of voting blocks that may feel they have nowhere to go right now. The police and fire vote of certainly the F O P, no friends of either Toni preckwinkle or Laurie life. But I think there there may be even more Emily for Lory Lightfoot. And the business community knows where where to go here is it possible that we could have even lower. Now. That's a great question. And when you think about it, this is the first election. I think in the city's history we haven't had a, quote, unquote, white ethnic organization candidate to capture the hearts and minds and votes of the south west side northwest side and parts of the lake front that of course, is going to be really interesting. You have to fairly far left progressive African American women, and that's going to I think as you point out that's gonna cause some real consternation for the more conservative, white ethnic voters. You also may have a lack of interest among Latino voters because there's no Latino candidate. And so you may be right. I mean, I think people were looking at more like fifty percent in April compared to the thirty three percent on Tuesday. But if the people northwestern, south, west, stay home. Without a candidate in the race. It could be very low again. And that of course, means it's going to be decided along the lakefront in the end in the African American wars. So in two thousand fifteen the turnout for the runoff between mayor Rahm Emanuel. And now congressman Luis Garcia was about forty three percent. So that might be where we end up again one thing that struck me about Tuesday's turnout was that the number of millennial voters voters between the ages of twenty five and thirty four I'm really didn't turn out that share their share of the electorate dropped by nearly thirty percents. And that was the group Heather that was supposed to be all excited by the Amara Enya campaign with chance the rapper kicking in and Kanye west. But then if you look they were they were nowhere to be found on election day. I thought some of them would get excited by Susanna Mendoza who's older than they are, but very youthful in her campaigning. And yet when push came to shove again, though. Oh, same people who've been excited it were very excited during the presidential race. A lot of them were Bernie Sanders, folks. They just basically sat this one out. Maybe they're waiting for April. Maybe a nine I would you know, one other thing that I noted the number of African American votes or African-American wards that went for Willie Wilson actually was pretty high what the turnout was low. So if willing one four Willie one fourteen black wards preckwinkle one four Lightfoot one none. And so if you wanna look ahead to April, I think this election is going I think preckwinkle chances of beating Lightfoot are going to depend in large part of what happens in the Willie Wilson wards because I can't help. But think that those lakefront voters who liked the anti-corruption campaign are going to stay with Lightfoot? And she swept the north lakefront. Tony swept the south lakefront in Hyde Park in those areas, but all those big. Big inner city African American wards that went for Willie Wilson, I think it'll be interesting to see if he endorses one or the other. And of course, Lightfoot has a problem in those neighborhoods because there's a there's a big swath of African American churches that still have not accepted, gay men or women. And I think that they're going to have a hard time selling their parishioners on Lori Lightfoot. I thought back to Toni preckwinkle announcement of her mayoral run where she clearly said that she was running to sort of reestablish the Harold Washington coalition of African American voters and lakefront liberals that swept him into office for two terms that did not happen on Tuesday. Lori Lightfoot cut significantly into Toni preckwinkle support on the north west north side. And if Lori Lightfoot Ken sort of bring those nonprofit winkle voters home she has a clear shot at the fifth floor. Like, we were saying the African American wars on the south and west side are going to be. Crucial to Willie Wilson wards. And if you were going to handicap it as we sit here today, you'd have to say that's preckwinkle advantage. Because there still is that widespread anti-gay feeling among more conservative African American voters. I want to turn to another subject since we have mentioned Antioch the anti-corruption vote. Well, I am going to steal a line from a conversation that we had with our colleague, Greg Pratt from the the Tribune. That it's ironic than an association with alderman, Ed Burke, who is facing federal corruption charges prove damaging to every candidate the sad for Edberg. That has to be one of the biggest ironies being award. That's eighty percent Latino the two Latino candidates combined one of them backed by chewy Garcia who is supposed to be the new Hispanic machine, boss. They couldn't even get close to fifty percent between him and Burke hosted even though it's possible that he won't be able to finish out his term if he's indicted and convicted that that that was a, but it also I think shows that constituent service and retail campaigning, which Edberg did makes the difference. It's fundamental quandary of Chicago politics in that Chicagoans expect their alderman to not only legislate, but also, you know, make sure that they've got a garbage can and that the pothole on their street is filled. And if you're somebody who's been voting for Edberg who has been in office for fifty years. I imagine you feel pretty confident about his ability to pull those levers at city hall and make sure that you. You know, what you've gotta do. I'm the two challengers in that race Tanya, Patino and Hymie Guzman never closed the sale that they could do the same. And I think that's fundamentally how it broke down. We talked about this at length on Tuesday night and a couple of things one when you spend that much time in office, and you have as much power as Burke does and Mike Madigan, and some others you're able to reward so many people in your ward with jobs and contracts and favors, and they remember that so to their friends and family members and neighbors, and you have a huge army of built in votes and in a low turnout election that is frequently more than enough to put you over the top. And that's what happened has Heather pointed out, the Latino candidates didn't energize Latino voters. And so it wasn't that they all came out and voted for Burke. They just stayed home Burke got his voters out by virtue of two things the services and the favorites. He's provided over the years the continuity of of the name, and and and as you pointed out. He actually did what he never did before. He actually went door to doing campaign and reminded people of who he wasn't that a matter, then, you know, there's nothing like having somebody show up at your door and letting you know that it matters. I mean, if you're on the fence that could be the difference. I think back to March when Edberg brother, Dan, Burke, lost his seat in the Illinois house, basically because of his association with his brother, who, of course, served as president Donald Trump's property tax attorney here in Cook County, and the fact that Burks challengers didn't make more of an issue of his association with the president boggled my mind, I kept waiting for those ads, and if you look at the fundraising Tanya Pitino who is the best funded. She didn't even crack two hundred thousand dollars and Edberg literally had millions of dollars at his disposal, and I'll give credit to my colleagues at block club. Chicago who found that he was sending voters? Chicago flag winter caps. And that shows you the level of money. He had to spend and sort of the attention to detail. He should have done that. We should have used the Willie Wilson playbook and just basically handed out a hundred dollar bills. Well, I don't think he had the foundation set up already and Willie Wilson does have a legitimate foundation already going. But I'm sure if they could have set it up, they probably would have now Burke Burke pointed out how anomalous his election was in a season in which so many incumbents were forced in Iran offs in three well-known incumbents lost outright and five five five socialists could end up in city council, depending on the final outcome. And here you have a guy who is probably gonna be indicted and could be convicted and sent to jail coasting to another victory. Yeah. And I'm gonna wanna talk about some more of those those automatic racist. But I just want to is this election. Lori Lightfoot to lose or or is this the are are we waiting for the Democratic Party? Political apparatus to shift into high gear at least one of the news accounts over the past couple of days suggested that it was hers to lose. I think it's a little premature to make that kind of a prediction because of what we've just been talking about. Yes. If you if you think this is a change election, and it's an anti-corruption election. She certainly is sitting in a good spot, although preckwinkle with three million dollars available to start tearing her down. And she preckwinkle is going to point out that she's a corporate attorney can claim that she protects banks and that she was doing the bidding of rich daily and Rahm Emanuel and their police forces in her police jobs, they're going to try to taint her in that tier with rich daily and rom either of whom is particularly popular connector with a big silk, stocking law firm that has very high billing rates and his enriched her fairly well to basically say their clients are well well-heeled. One percenters and those kinds of ads are going to undermine the the fresh-faced progressive view that she was able to convey in the limited time she was on the stage in the primary. Money's going to be very big deal now and with the caps busted in the ability of people to write billion dollar checks is Ken Griffin did for Bill Daley in the primary lorries going to need a couple of those checks to basically remind people a of the good things she did in her government jobs, and to remind people about the machine connections preckwinkle has and that if changes really the issue, nobody has a better credential than hers, but she doesn't have a lot of money. I would say it's not hers to lose. It's hers to lose if they're equally funded. I think but that's questionable. She starts out with very little cash. I think prank faces the challenge to explain how she's the progressive choice in the race win. She's the head of the Cook County Democratic Party, and she's. You know, sitting Cook County board president. So that's the needle that she's going to have to thread, Lori Lightfoot going to face a lot of questions about how she will be able to run the city of Chicago never having held elected office before can she, you know, make sure that city services continue the way Chicagoans have expected, and I think those are really the two fundamental questions. They both have to answer and preckwinkle I think is perhaps in a little bit more perilous territory because she is certainly more connected to Edberg than she is. Then Lori Lightfoot is and where that corruption investigation is going to go is anyone's guess, and the other thing we have to keep in mind is that people are going to start to have a little bit away from corruption as the big issue in the fresh face of Lightfoot, and they're going to look at the challenges facing the city going forward the ongoing pension crisis. The city financial struggles policing and police reform school. Calls the future of charter, schools taxation property taxes and others. And I think people are going to want to hear what each of these people have to say about that. Ironically, I think that they're not gonna prove to be very far apart on most of those bread and.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"With another update in thirty minutes. Lori Lightfoot came in first in the race for Chicago mayor Toni preckwinkle second that means the two of them will face off April second to become the first ever black female mayor of Chicago Lightfoot talking about it with Mankato this morning. Of course, I'm grateful for the number of words that we want across the city. I think we need to make sure that we're reaching out and doubling our episode reach out to young people 'cause hopefully this racist as much about them as anybody about their future. Only preckwinkle speaking after the returns were in last night's I acknowledge how hard we worked to get here. We worked shoulder to shoulder to shape a campaign that reflects our vision. Our values and our hopes for Chicago Bill Daley coming in third Willie Wilson fourth Susanna Mendoza fifth followed by Enya Joyce, Chico. Vallis McCarthy Ford fear ready coz, lower and solace Griffin. In the race for alderman, Ed Burke, one despite his federal arrest for corruption. Here's rob martier. Who's longest serving alderman all federal corruption charges to easily win re election in the south west sides fourteenth. Ward Burke, grabbed fifty four percent of the vote defeating Tanya Patino who finished with over twenty nine percent at Hymie Guzman who had more than sixteen percent. The seventy five year old Burke was charged with one count of attempted extortion. In January may third is the deadline for federal prosecutors to indict Burke, rob martier, WLS AM, eight nine REEs sitting aldermen loss last night. Joe more John arena. And pro Joe Merano Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney set to testify any second now in. In front of the house oversight committee. Democrats are trying to get.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You guys where? Joe Moore's run as the progressive grassroots candidate for years and under Rahm Emanuel. He kinda changed his tune and Rogers park, it's almost like an uprising where you've seen more and more people wanted to progressive candidate out of the forty ninth ward that. Yeah. Forty seventh. Ward forty seven is interesting. They were like nine candidates and forty to the forty seven four looks like it looks like Matt Martin is way out in front, but he's not he's not going to avoid a runoff probably met Martin is a civil rights lawyer for the Illinois twenty general's office. He helped write the Chicago police of consent decree. He's he's at forty forty percent. And then second place right now is Michael Meg Ryan who's worked for Barack Obama's campaign and was manuals chief of policy. So those are two really interesting candidate highly Dorte is right behind Michael Negron. So they're right next. That's that's to be nuts talk. Let's keep going on Walter mentioned a forty fourth ward. And that of course, is all the Tom Tunney versus the Ricketts if you will. But he looks to have held off that challenge. Sixty two percent to twenty six percent off. Interested in another ward was it. Gosh, I'm not sure it's a neighboring. Let me let me keep going because the fortieth ward as we just heard Andrea say that alderman O'Connor was a head. But there are five candidates in that race Patrick O'Connor the floor leader for mayor Rahm Emanuel only has thirty four percent of the vote. There is a a very healthy split. That is going to a run-off alderman O'Connor is going to get run off in the fortieth war. That's very interesting because he of course, has been a big supporter of Rahm Emanuel in that war. There was a lot of challenges that stepped up this runner up the other one I wanna bring up the thirtieth war the thirtieth. Ward alderman, ROY is leading by percentage points. I mean, I I think it's under one hundred votes right now. Seventy one percent of the precincts reporting. Jessica Gutierrez Luis Gutierrez his daughter is running there right now if the if the race was called it would be going to a run-off, very interesting. You see some of these races that we were paying very close attention to. Are indeed heading to a runoff, and let's go to twenty-five. I've got. Yeah. Let's go to Solis. I also want to get us up to date on the on Jefferson park in the forty fifth ward. There's a there's an upset brewing there right now. It looks the twenty fifth ward is wide open. They're going to definitely going to run off. All the candidates showing pretty strong twenty percent totals. Let's go to the forty fifth ward. This is probably one of the bigger upsets as we look at it early. It's still early. They're not really eighty five percent end Jim Gardner who was the opposition to the incumbent John arena who's a progressive candidate in the forty fifth. Ward is is is drubbing arena. Is right now fifty three percents of thirty three percent. The question is still they're still seven precincts out can John arena force a runoff because right now Jim gardeners whipped is it's tough. But fifty three percent you're talking about. I mean, it's it's one area. This is Jefferson park this porch parts of Portage park. The northwest side of Chicago. They have a lot of issues contentious issues around affordable housing a lot of first responders live in that area. John arena who has been a major political force a progressive rest of member of the progressive caucus, and he he may be looking at at losing his reelection bid. So a lot of great racist right now shaping up at the older Matic level and say one thing that when we did our interviews with an yeah. And Lightfoot I asked them both. How are you going to build a coalition and the city council to get your vision accomplished, and they both said a version of well, I'm hoping there's a lot of change there too. We might be seeing that some of the some of the areas though, that we we were wondering about let's let's go to the thirteenth war-. This is Marty Quinn. I e depaul freshman earn fresh nineteen year old David Kroupa, not even close. Marty Quinn blows them out of the water. Eighty five percent of the low makes you wonder what were they thinking when they were doing. Just shenanigans for shenanigans say for practice, and then because we look only interesting in the number is low fifty eight percent of the precincts reporting in the fourteenth ward, the incumbent there, of course, is alderman, Ed Burke, he has fifty five percent of the vote Tanya Patino who is the candidate is backed by chew Garcia's twenty eight percent of the vote there anywhere where they will play those games and holdback precincts. That's the that's the one. Yes. And as we look I wanna throw it another one as well. This is a really interesting one in the first war the first word of Chicago's wicker park is a buck down. Pro Joe Moreno who has been the incumbent there. He is run into a coupla strange little scandals that have popped up in the last couple of weeks. He is getting beat Daniela spot is is the came out of nowhere. He had a scandal scandal his own but sixty percent of the vote, and he has a nice lead with sixty one percent of the precincts. Reporting. So that is the hope for pro Joe's that in the last fifteen precincts reporting that he can at least get it to a runoff get a runoff. You're not going to get it. Yeah. Chechen? We're gonna start getting some of these concession speeches coming in here progressive just and we're going to start getting on March. Second one second. We're going to start getting some of these outstations speeches coming in. We're not gonna take all of them, obviously. Because there's fourteen candidates course, Gary, Chico, just making a nice heartfelt speech conceding this race. And of course, there's no winner yet. But he's so far behind right now. He says was six percent of the vote as Gary McCarthy is speaking right now as well saying that he's conceding this race to whoever it's going to be. And he said also that his golf game is going to get a whole lot better summer. Now, we go so just starting to come back. Former police superintendent giving his concession speech. There are seventy almost seventy five percent of the precincts. Reporting for mayor, it's gone up a little bit Lori Lightfoot continuing what they and again, pushing the leads over seventy thousand seven seventy thousand seven hundred votes seventeen point five of the of the vote at you look to second place right now, and it's getting close. Toni preckwinkle has a five thousand vote for four and a half thousand vote lead one percentage point over Bill Daley third or fourth place. Looks to be set as Willie Wilson looks to be a fourth place finisher forty-one thousand votes so far in fifth place for seeing Susanna Mendoza with nine percent, and then Amara Enya and Jerry choice after that is that a Mendoza, and Gary Chico or had very disappointing nights. I mean, obviously, if you don't finish in the top two you're disappointed, but but this was much worse than I thought either of them. We're going to do I thought we're gonna see Susanna Mendoza into the night. I thought she was going to be I thought she was. Going to beat Willie Wilson. I thought she might be up there. Vying for the top. Second place midyear, Chico. Not not a great showing. Jerry. He only had six percent of the votes. They split the Latino vote which was expected, you know. Yeah. And he wonders all with with their both of their connections to alderman, Ed Burke and their names being dragged through the mud now. What doesn't make sense is that Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle who was actually named in some of the corruption stuff. She did not seem to take on any of the Burke baggage has she is pulling fifteen point eight percent of the they'll keep in mind. This was her race to lose from the beginning. She had strong union support. So she had the field team that just been a walk away. Even in a crowded field. She shouldn't be struggling for first place. So she suffered and it's still close to say with twenty five percent of the precincts out meaning used to still have a little bit ways to go all eyes on second place. I think I think we could would say that Lori Lightfoot right now is almost a shoe and to go to the runoff. The question will be will. She be facing Cook County board, president Toni preckwinkle or Bill Daley both of which four thousand votes preckwinkle daily. Would be in the runoffs. Well, I thought I thought it might be a life would Mendoza. So I can't be bragging rights here. But what do you what do you think what progress is gonna go with Lightfoot against preckwinkle Brecqhou has some very good progressive bona fides? I mean, not not totally. But she also she's, you know, over the years, so one of the events that I was at in the last couple of weeks that really helped me solidify for Lightfoot. A woman stood up African American woman. Career media woman who is retired. But we'll all know who she is. If I said, but I'm not gonna she's stick. It was a private meeting about thirty three five women and she stood up. And she said, I will never forgive Toni preckwinkle for backing Berrios after he made us pay other people's taxes, and he she may have said white people's taxes. She could have said white people's taxes because that's what happened. She said after it was announced and disclosed by the Tribune that he did that after the voters kicked him out on his but Tony gave him a lifetime achievement award. Can't get past that it'll be interesting because Toni preckwinkle if she does indeed make the runoff will have a lot to answer to when it comes to her record, and she's running she'll be running against the progressive candidate who has vowed to to clean up the clean up politics and Toni preckwinkle on one hand call is says she proudly, where's the where's the badge of boss. And you have to expect Lightfoot to focus sharply on the question of ethics because that's her strong. I play very interesting. If she if she does that Tony picnic will have to answer questions that are gonna be very hard for her renounce her position, at least to say, if you elect me mayor, I won't be chairman of the Cook County party 'cause the last person who did that controlled the city in a non ethical, man. I just want to do that little bit of Matthew. This daily is Bill Daley is four thousand one hundred and eight votes behind preckwinkle with seventy five percent of the vote. And then and and life foot has a six thousand seven hundred vote lead over preckwinkle. So you've got daily needs to make up four thousand votes in the last twenty five. I think I think it's a heavy lift it could be done see where they're coming from coming from. But but I mean, these this top two looks like solidify Eric Zoran March halprin Walter Jacobson in-studio three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred Andrea is standing by with election results will continue to give you those results as well as pay attention to concession speeches and get some candidates on the line here to talk about their campaigns. That's all coming up here. Chicago twenty nineteen on seven twenty WGN voters have spoken.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex were sold head to head. So you'll be happy Abby hefty ultra-strong with Armand hammer odor control available at Sam's Club. Seven hundred twenty WGN or talking about the mayoral election and alderman elections with Heather Cerrone of the daily line dot net apparently from block club, Chicago hanging out 'cause we all know each other from our tastes and fell union, and you like the views, Patty. So you're gonna incredible Heather remind people we just had a texter where can people go? For more information mentioned the site about were all this information as shy dot votes. C H I V O T E, and I'll make a plug for the Alder cast, which is the daily lines podcast. We interviewed five mayoral candidates and all of the candidates for treasurer. Which is also a contested race this time around cool stuff. Let's go to the phone lines. Paul Paul your WGN. What are your thoughts? Hey, thanks for the call. So years thinking, lemon does the thing is that you recall, she ran for the state office, and then found out that they were Tennessee taping for the mayor's office commercial. And I think trust issue with her because she was not truthful with the voting public at the time that she actually wasn't wanting to be treasurer of Illinois. That'd be Chicago. But I watch your commercials. I think to myself, I don't know that was very politically. And I don't like it. The other voters feel the same. So it's certainly an issue. She had a really tight turnaround because she was re elected comptroller, November six then then eight days later announced she was running for Chicago mayor which we already sort of new, and what Paul was referring to was that she when she taped a commercial for her controller raunchy also taped, I'm running for mayor of Chicago commercial killing two birds with one stone and that leaked as these things do see that didn't bother me at all. What is she supposed to do? She wants to be the mayor the mayor elections coming up. She doesn't know the mayor Rahm emanuel's not gonna run to what September fifth third hat in the ring. Legit. That's part of what I'm weighing for my vote is who had the guts to run before they knew Ron wasn't running. But here's the thing is why struggle. I mean, like, what are you gonna do put the Democratic Party in a struggle? Not after name a new was past the point in which a ballot. So it's passed to name a new person. And there was always the possibility that governor Bruce rounder would have been reelected and as contra. Miller. She was one of the more high ranking democratic state officials, and she had said that if governor Rauner had defeated now governor Jay Pritzker, she would have not run for Chicago mayor would have stayed to oppose Bruce rounders policies and programs. So there's no doubt that she was in a tough spot. But again, I think you're right John nobody expected Rahm Emanuel not to actually run for a third term. So that really sent sort of just a political earthquake across city hall because everybody had to figure figure that these open seats only come around a couple times. If I'm going to take my shot, I need to my shot. Now, personally, it's politics in these are career politicians a lot of them that we're talking about it. We don't like to think about them like that. And they also some of them don't pitch themselves. Right. Like that. So they pitched themselves one way. And then you find out. Oh, actually, you're not just like the rest, and that means we've had two rounds of her soccer. Add the seven seven three seven three says one hundred percent with the last caller Mendoza and Patty feeling the same way. Another text asking about Edberg that's gonna be one of the big questions, obviously Edberg's running under. This giant cloud. That cloud would be an understatement. A hurricane of accusations and indictments etcetera etcetera. Well, he hasn't been indicted with attempted extortion. He has said he is innocent. He is not formerly entered a plea yet. Right. So the big thing is will he I think he's going to get the most percentage of the votes. I think a lot of people feel that way. But we'll he get fifty percent. Because remember in these all the Mana graces if you don't give it to present there's going to be a runoff. That's right. So he faces two challengers both of them have roots in chewy Garcia's political organization, the narrow congressman Tanya Patino has chewing Garcia's endorsement also running is Hymie Guzman who's actually been endorsed by the Chicago Tribune. And the question is does Ed Burke pull enough votes from that well of fifty years of goodwill to get himself into, you know, office for another four-year term. He was heading out the beanies he was handing out the beanie. But that's that's what politics is at the automatic level. He has the most money of any alderman running now. So he's got the money to go out. He's been campaigning super heart. Let's kiss ward. Like, just curious. So it was once mostly Irish and polish. It is now primarily Latino and Ed Burke himself will tell you that he learned how to speak Spanish and to address the needs of his changing more Tanya Patino, and Honey Guzman has says says his time has passed. It's time for new leadership. Let's go to Kathy Kathy, you're on seven twenty your thoughts. Hi, well, back to the Mendoza thing. Preckwinkle get the same thing. He ran for office at the same time knowing she was going to run for mayor. And when interviewed every time she was asked. She said no ran for office at the same time. Yeah. Happened. To the ideas. He's running for mayor to old days. Go ahead. I'm sorry in the old days. I have to tell you. It was a question of ethics. No one ran for office, and then turned around and ran for another office because of the ethics of it run for office to serve the people, Kathy. Unfortunately, we gotta get gone. Got White Sox baseball coming up. Appreciate the point. I don't know of quoting ethics and the old days is anything good to start with but any merit to what Cathy's sane Heather. I mean, there are there are some similarities in the circumstances. Short Cook County board, president Toni preckwinkle ran for a second term. She won the democratic nomination. She was unopposed in the November general election. And if she is she does win in Chicago, Chicago mayor she will be replaced first by the board of commissioners, and then with a special election. I'd remind us Heather where can people find out? All this information. There's the daily line dot net and shy vote. Shied votes. H I dot V OT up. How do we convince yet who to vote for if you figured it out or you're still you don't know who love? More confused than. I think a lot of people out there the same way three hundred ninety one seventy two hundred if you got any thoughts on the matter. We're going to take a commercial break, then we're going to be off to White Sox baseball here on the mothership. And then that's going to be more me in John Hansen for John Williams until three o'clock here.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Forty four. We continue Heather Sharon is managing editor at the daily line. She knows from the mayor's race, and she's not going to tell us exactly who's gonna win. And by how all right. Heather who's winning? Oh my goodness. That's a tough question. I forgot. You're holding out on us. Man, if I knew I'd be putting money on it somewhere because it is a wide open race. It's anybody's anybody's anybody's game. I think we all well, you can't say that I default to be daily impractical in the runoff. It's not that easy. I don't think so because we've seen sort of as very sluggish start too early voting, but we've seen a huge increase in the number of mail in ballots, which says that this election isn't following patterns that we've seen before. And if we've learned anything from the past couple of years, it's not never to assume that past behavior is a predictor of future behavior. So I don't know that we know what the electorate is gonna look like is it going to be younger. Are there be more millennials? And if that is I think it could benefit candidates like dark dark horses that that you know, we are talking about it. Let's talk about some of the races that we aren't talking about as much obviously, the automatic races are also up in a municipal election. And also, the treasurer's Chicago treasury Kurt summers surprisingly said he's not running for re election after one term. This is open the door to at least a healthy debate. And a bunch of television ads. That's right. So you've got a map Pawar who was the alderman in the forty seven toward he term limited himself after two terms, and he's running on a kind of platform that Chicago has never seen. So the treasurer's office. She wants to start a public Bank that would finance student loan payments that would serve as at Bank for recreational marijuana businesses and really using that office to sort of push forward progressive policies. I'm in a way that that office hasn't send us in the past. Also reading is Melissa Conyers urban State, Rex she's also married alderman Keith nerd and also in the valley, and she is a sort of pushing a more traditional use of the treasurer's office. I sort of making sure that taxpayers money is being protected and invested wisely. Also running it's Peter guarantee. Who's a certified public attorney says you need a professional in that office and not a politician. Okay. So the treasury's office up. Up for grabs. Let's talk about some of the automatic races as well. First let's start with some of the the prime time. Incumbents obviously alderman, Ed Burke is running for reelection while under indictment is there any way that you see that fourteenth. Ward voters will will vote against Edberg. You know, I think that is a really interesting question. So. Heaping to on challengers, both of whom have roots in. Garcia's political operation congressman Garcia has endorsed Tanya Patino, who's a civil engineer. She's gone. He's trying to bring sort of a new energy hip fourteen. Twelve also running. Who has won a couple of really prominent endorsements including the trick. Both of them are basically saying, look, I'm not at Burke, and we should not elect him again because he facing very serious legal issues. But I think anybody who would tell you that Egbert doesn't have the past victory is completely wrong. He's out there campaigning hard. If you take a look at his Facebook page, you know, he he is out and about working hard. If he does pull it out. He will have an killed himself at four years on the Chicago city council Kayla, maybe not Edberg because his name recognition will win in the fourteenth. But some of his surrogates or some of his allies the most most specifically alderman Clin in the thirteenth. He's had a lot of trouble. And there's even questions of the legality of some of the the strong, arm tactics and campaigning. But there's there's a young challenger there. That might be trouble. Right. So David Kupa is. Running. And he is actually alderman Quinn for sort of critical mass, of course, aligned with house speaker Michael Madigan, get him kicked off the ballot that didn't work on the ballot. He's he's got all sorts of you know, people out there campaigning for him. Alderman Queen is one of those aldermen doesn't talk a lot during city council meetings, but it's very focused on the business of sport. And I think coupled with sort of his name recognition that Madigan political muscle. You know, I, you know, I would be surprised to see that close. But it's clearly an indication that the Madigan machine isn't what it wants to be. There are a lot of other incumbents on the ballot to that have interesting races names like. Boy, Deb mell Tom Tunney and Joe more up in Rogers park of those races. Which one grabs your attention, which one. Do you think might see a runoff possibly and upset? Well, I think probably if I had to say which of those races I'll be watching closely on election night, which is one week away. My show. Moore was elected as former during the Richard m Daley era and during the Rahm Emanuel error. He turned into a strong supporter of Ron manual, and he's facing a really tough challenge from Maria who is a yawn who leads censored a grassroots organizing in the word she saying that he needs to return to it's sort of usual status as award full of independent she's wedding on sort of an anti gentrification anti displacement platform. And she has a lot of endorsements and working really hard. So she's able to knock off Joe I think that that needed. Occasion that we're going to see sort of a sweeping change a city council. I think that that would sewed ill for Edberg. I think it was bode ill for Patrick O'Connor in the forty s four is also facing a really tough challenge. Pat, O'Connor is the second longest serving alderman after at Burke, of course. And he's also facing four challengers, all of whom are running on a sort of change the direction of the city to a more. So so we don't know from turn out what are your friends in people that you talk to casually who aren't in the business and don't have your level of knowledge of the normal people normal. People you have nothing to talk about with. What what what do they have as a level of interest in? Are you concerned that they're going to go vote? So I think that that is really just the crucial question. I think the problem with this election. If it is a problem is that there are so many more mayoral candidates that I am sensing sort of just a sense of frustration among, you know, regular people gosh, they're fourteen there are so many. I don't even know how to you know, figure it out. So it's probably going to be a situation where if you're able to get somewhere close to twenty percent of the vote that's probably good enough to put you into a what? And I think you started the show by saying, you know, their money on daily and preckwinkle, right? And I think that makes a lotta sense because that if that's the case you're gonna rely on your ability to turn out voters in practical has district teachers union and the FBI you get their people to the polls. And then, of course, daily has more than seven and a half million dollars at this point. And he's got sort of what's left of the Daley machine. And I think any Chicago in worth, you know, knows anything about politics wouldn't count out, you know, a daily in a close potentially low turnout election valley's, Chico. Menendez and Willie Wilson are those next four. You know, I think she Danamon does might be up closer. You know, we saw whole last Mendez Mendoza. Sorry. All right. I, you know, I think that you know, I think also we have to sort of wonder what's going to happen with the Mara. She's got chance the rapper. She's got Kanye west. They've been working hard to register voters. I'm worried about what I don't know that I don't know. Because if there are a whole bunch of new voters that are that are going to surprise us in to the polls that means that worked that we're basically looking than the completely wrong direction for this election fascinated by the last theory out there, which is a Bill Daley doesn't want to be Jeb Bush. He doesn't wanna be the daily brother that fails. So there's some inspiration there. Yeah. I mean, he's running hard. I mean, I think you know, a lot of people at city hall said well, he's gonna flirt with it. And then he keeps not actually going to gear it sort of like he did for governor a couple of years ago. But you know, he's he's pushing hard, and you know, he's out there sort of reading in a sort of socially liberal fiscally conservative last night. After the WTT w debate. We saw him urge a change to the constitution that could change how the city in the state paid pensions. So, you know, he he's out there making a real push for extent, we talked to you wanna talk about the White Sox chances rebuilding. The bulls. I'm gonna have to study up. Okay. Now, focus on your strikes. Thank you for being anytime. Thanks. That's a Heather sh around managing editor at the daily line. And what do you got coming up at nine stuff? Federal judge expected to rule today in a lawsuit seeking to halt construction of the presidential Obama, President Obama center in Chicago, we're waiting on that too ruling this morning and more coming up at nine o'clock from the WGN newsroom and a metro train to get stuck by stalled freight train at number thirty six that was due in about nine o'clock is running forty minutes late now, but it is on the move in willowbrook accident.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Man shot and killed another band inside the Orleans square mall last night Orland park. Police chief Tim McCarthy says it happened just after six thirty in a busy area of the malls lower level. One other person was injured that went to the hospital had a possible, graze wound. He says that injured person was not the target. And that the man knew who killed the man who was killed new shooter mall was placed on lockdown since have been evacuated and closed. No word yet. If any arrests in this case invalid, Chicago alderman, Ed Burke, hopeful he could win where reelection despite dealing with corruption scandal longtime city council member was out campaigning last dot on the southwest side less than three weeks after being charged with attempted extortion. He's also receiving the report in the form of support rather. In the form of an endorsement from the Chicago fraternal order of police candidates, Jamie goo high bay and Tanya Patino are running against Burke for the fourteenth ward seat next month, a Chicago candidate for mayor could find out today, whether she'll be on the ballot or not Dorothy Brown is expected to appeal to the Chicago Board of elections this morning to keep her on the February twenty six ballot. She's nine hundred signatures short of the minimum requirement to cook County Circuit Court clerk's office recounted Brown's petitions after a challenge filed by her fellow candidate and Cook County board Commissioner Toni preckwinkle Vic Vaughn, WGN news, congress he is back in session today, and there may be some action on border security, but will it be enough to move closer to ending the government shutdown? Here's ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. Republicans would try to move forward to vote on the offer. President Trump put on the table on Saturday temporary protection for some undocumented young immigrants known as dreamers in exchange for five point seven billion dollars in funding for abortion. Wall. But he needs support from Democrats to advance which means it's almost certainly dead on arrival Democrats say they will not negotiate on immigration or border security until the president and Republicans agreed to reopen the government, which means this stalemate is likely to continue. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Several advocacy groups are urging lawmakers not to legalize the recreational use of marijuana arguing it would among other things. Make roads more hazardous the Chicago crime commission, Illinois says he ation of chiefs of police and drug free. America foundation say accidents caused by marijuana impaired drivers are up in states that took the legalisation route. They also contend legalization. Elsewhere has not ended the illegal marijuana trade. Now WGN sports with Dave is Dave good morning for years. Other teams had Pro Bowl quarterbacks. Not the bears. Not Jim Harbaugh air. Kramer, Rex Grossman. Jay cutler. None of made the Pro Bowl with the bears. But in just two years Mitch Trubisky editor drought which extended back to nineteen six. Damon to the NFC squad Mondays replacement for the Rams Jared Goff Trubisky downplayed when he was named an alternate last month to get recognized. But I definitely don't feel like I play my best football. Yeah. I feel like. You got to appreciate how far you've come which I have. I know I still got a long ways to go. But it's it's cool get recognized, but all the credit goes to my teammates and you'll have four of them with him in Orlando. The bears are headed to London next season to play the raiders the date. Not yet know the Blackhawks host, the New York Islanders tonight. Hawks going for two in a row the islanders seeking a sixth straight win. Our xfinity Blackhawks report tonight's game at seven hundred WGN coach Jeremy Colloton this morning at eight forty. The bulls got twenty-five from Zach LeVine cruise past Cleveland one zero four eighty eight for their first win of twenty nine t they also quiet Carmelo Anthony from Houston along with cash, but he's headed elsewhere, Tennessee. Number one, Duke, number two Virginia. Third in the new AP college basketball, top twenty five Michigan state and Rutgers winners last night, the big ten tonight, Indiana at northwestern hoosiers have dropped four straight..

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Morning. WBZ news time nine eleven more than fifty seven million tourists came to Chicago last year. That's more than four percent increase in two thousand seventeen and a new record city officials say there were also significant growth in conventions last year with sixty new major conventions and twenty three hundred small meetings signed on in the perfusion events with the swearing in of the new Illinois. A general assembly comes new leadership in the house house speaker, Mike Madigan his name. Democratic Representative Greg Harris to be the house majority leader will states, I openly gay legislator to hold that post in announcing the appointment Madigan credited Harris with leading the effort to make you'll annoy one of the first states to pass marriage equality. Our says a priority of his is to work with Republicans in the house and Senate as well as the governor to restore the state's fiscal stability Bob convoy, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM? Chicago alderman, Ed Burke challenges in next month's election are using a new tactic to defeat him at the polls challenger Jose Torres says he is dropping out of the automatic race in the fourteenth ward, and it will support civil engineer Tanya Patino against Burke with criminal charges against Burke is critics think he's vulnerable because the fourteenth ward has changed demographically to a majority Latino population Burke denies any wrongdoing and is moving ahead with reelection plans. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM the leaders Intel suburban country club. Hills had hoped some vacant farmland near the intersection of I fifty seven, and I eighty would be used as an outlet mall. A new planets now surfaced the Tribune reports as Chicago based logistics company has bought the land and plans to build a distribution center. Coming up five day forecast. Details on tomorrow, snow and Cody parkey. Yeah. The bear kicker is on TV this morning talking about his double dunk, miss WBZ. News time nine thirteen. Stay.

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WBBM Newsradio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Five Friday January eleventh good morning, I'm Bob Conway playoff cloudy skies, orange temperature. Reading nineteen degrees. Accuweather says mostly cloudy for the day ahead and an afternoon. High of thirty six the five day forecast coming up our top local story on NewsRadio. WBZ M local politics county board president and mayoral candidate. Toni preckwinkle is out with her first campaign commercial and a deals with shooting of look one McDonald commercial recalls that seventeen year old McDonald was fatally shot sixteen times by Chicago police officer says city officials tried to bury the fact commercial credits preckwinkle for bringing them to light commercial. Says McDonald's family and community activists work hard to make sure the truth came out about the shooting, but that preckwinkle played a role as well. I release the autopsy report that helped expose their lies. And I demanded that the police chief be fired. I worked to elect a new state's attorney. When I mayor there'll be no cover ups only accountability as for reaction while the other candidates Willie. Wilson says the county board president is just playing politics and former police superintendent Garry McCarthy who is also in the mayor's race accuses preckwinkle of exaggerating her role in the McDonald's case to Latino challengers. Sue want alderman Ed Burks job in the fourteenth ward are using do tactic to try to oust him WBZ. Keith johnson. Will the story challenger Jose Torres says he is dropping out of the automatic race in the fourteenth ward. And we'll support civil engineer Tanya Patino against Burke with criminal charges against Burke. His critics think he's vulnerable because the fourteenth ward is changed demographically through a majority Latino population Burke denies any wrongdoing at his moving ahead with reelection plans. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time four oh, seven and Iraq war veteran is getting a multi million dollar settlement after being injured in an accident at McCormick place. Thirty-three-year-old Thomas new handgun was working as a spare parts manager helping tear down a booth from the international manufacturing technology show at McCormick place in September of two thousand twelve his left foot was run over by fifty eight thousand pound forklift has injury required. Several surgeries global experience specialists was cited with four state violations by the US occupational safety and health administration. He filed suit and a jury awarded him fifteen million dollars GPS appealed three years later after the verdict. Illinois supreme court upheld the jury's decision. And settled the case for more than nineteen million dollars. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio one point nine FM. WBZ news time.

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WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm mariam. So twenty six degrees in Chicago under fair skies, going down to a low of thirteen degrees in some of the surrounding suburbs. Twenty degrees for the low at the lakefront be complete AccuWeather five-day forecast is coming up. But first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em. You may have just heard this on the CBS news update a thirteen year old Barron. Wisconsin girl who went missing October fifteenth after her parents were murdered has been found alive. Barron county sheriff Chris Gerald made a post on Facebook last night that Jamie clause has been located in Douglas county in far northwest, Wisconsin. A suspect has been taken into custody at a press conference is scheduled for later this morning, Cook County board president and mayoral candidate. Tony. Winkle released a campaign commercial yesterday that attacks city leadership for hiding facts when it comes to the shooting death of seventeen year old aquatic, Donald I release. The autopsy report that helped expose their lies. And I demanded that the police chief be fired. I work to elect a new state's attorney. When I mayor they'll be no cover ups only accountability mayoral candidate. And former police superintendent Garry McCarthy who was fired amid outrage in the case says preckwinkle is focusing on McDonald to distract from her ties to embattled alderman at Burke to Latino challengers who want alderman Ed Edberg's job are using a new tactic to try to oust him WVU. Keith Johnson reports. Challenger Jose Torres says he is dropping out of the automatic race in the fourteenth ward, and it will support civil engineer Tanya Patino against Burke with criminal charges against Burke is critics think he's vulnerable because the fourteenth ward is changed demographically majority Latino population Burke denies any wrongdoing and is moving ahead with reelection plans. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM that crash.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Miriam sub twenty four degrees in Chicago under fair skies going down to a low of twenty closer to the lakefront thirteen for the low and some outlying areas be complete AccuWeather five-day forecast is coming up at first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ m Cook County board president and mayoral candidate Toni preckwinkle released a campaign commercial that attacks city leadership for hiding the facts when it comes to the shooting death of seventeen year old Liquan McDonald mayoral candidate. And former police superintendent Garry McCarthy who was fired amid outrage in case says preckwinkle is focusing on McDonald to distract from her ties to embattled alderman, Ed Burke, being criticized by corrupt politicians, definitely a good thing. And quite obviously, she feel. Threatened hopefully threatened by me, not just threatened by the probe, which is ongoing at this point. And I'm pretty certain it's going to continue mayoral candidate Willie. Wilson says he thinks the commercial is just another example of clincal playing politics. Wsb News time nine oh. Six to Latino candidates challenging in battled alderman Edward Burke in the upcoming race for the fourteenth. Ward say they'll be combining forces community college counselor Jose Torres says he's dropping out to support. Civil engineer Tanya, Patino Burke is facing criminal charges but denies any wrongdoing and is still seeking reelection federal employees in Chicago gathered in the loop to demand an end to the government shutdown today against the cold. A few dozen federal workers had a rally and March around federal plaza in the shadow of the buildings where they hope to return sooner rather than later. Not only is it financially and emotionally stressful socially, we want to work. Florence cannon works for the. Agriculture department, and she's a union officer. She carried a sign that said this is my twentieth. Day of being locked out those first couple of days. Okay. This is gonna blow over it's not blowing over I'm about to clear out to savings accounts. That's why I'm here. So I can go to the second cover my mortgage. And my Colonel Newlyn annoy about eight thousand government workers are affected by the shutdown. Steve Miller, News Radio on one five point nine. Two.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kicked a forty three yard field goal and get beer for a year. Yep. People's attention. Now there was ever really off. They just needed some rules guidelines. So what we're gonna do is. We're going to go through the rules and Kevin is gonna practice. Kano Representative right. Kevin says he's of all of us. He's the one most likely to be able to hit it. I kind of think Brian are genius probably Brian. Yeah. Now, I have doubts, but you you seem to think that you might be able to do it. So we're gonna we're gonna limber you up. I'm just hearing free beer free beer free beers some convincing myself. I know how to kick a football great motivation. Sometimes that's all it takes muscle. The stretch like the Hammy or Hammy for sure. Yes. Yeah. You want to get the calf. And you wanna get your talks? Also, we have. Yes. And then also you and you're growing you gotta get your groin, all kinds of engineering. Some yoga with me to get ready. All right. Whatever works free beer. That's the only thing on my mind right now, have you ever kicked up Titian? Kevin my son's going to. Oh, you Sidewinder soccer style. Yeah. I'm going. I'm not going. I'm not going to go. Now, you could do that could try that. Yeah. Maybe I'll do that. Have you ever done it before like practices goofing around? We could do is in the nineteen seventies. The guy who set the record for longest field goal who had had right had half a foot. Check his sledgehammer assure that a flat front and now he did lose the foot in battled service America. So we can't make fun of that about what we can say though, is that if you're willing to do it all cut off after foot. All right. I think it's almost worth it for beer for year. I'm head. All right. Get the saw here. We've got Kim. Gordon, sandy by the midwestern university's multispecialty clinic as her sponsor for this hoping to feed helping to defeat. Embattled alderman at Burke without a runoff election to Latino challengers announced today, they're combat. Forces in the south west side race Jose Torres who previously worked for now. Congressman should we are campaigns announced today he's dropping out of the race to support. Civil engineer Tanya Patino, President Trump's longtime legal fixer Michael Cohen is accepted an invitation for top House Democrat to testify publicly before congress next month. He says he looks forward to having a platform to give a full incredible account of the events which transpired Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison. He reports to prison in March get the snow shovels backout snows expected to make a return to the Chicago area. Saturday. A small accumulation is expected. We'll have the full forecast coming up and now WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell Cam, John J a mandate Machado's closest friends has signed a one year four million dollar contract with the White Sox. We'll see if that helps sway Machado to the south side. He and Bryce Harper. The top two free agents have yet to choose teams or socks GM recon on the off season playing out this way, you can never predict these things I think if you. Asked me to start in the off season. If this would still be going on January tenth, I probably would've guessed. Yes. But there's certainly been points over the course of of the start of the off between the start of the off season. And now where I would've guessed it. It actually would have potentially been resolved. We could get decisions from Harper amateur by the end of the week. Meanwhile football Vic Fangio introduces the Broncos new head coach today. The Blackhawks have at least a point in eight of their last eleven they play again Saturday Ed against Vegas. Bulls are often in college hoops, number two, Michigan visits, Illinois, and the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats.

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WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Inside. Thanks for being with us. I'm Cisco Kodo thirty seven degrees in Chicago land. We're heading up to a high of forty six and the sunshine is going to stick around all day long. We'll tell you about the weekend and your complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up and another chance for you to win one thousand dollars comes your way at eleven twenty four keyword for cash. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ. Mayor Emanuel issued a statement this morning saying alderman Edward Burke, has decided to resign as chairman of the city council's finance committee. The move comes following word yesterday that Burke is facing federal corruption charges. The mayor says Burke agreed to step down because of his affection for the city deep respect for the institution of the city council and the needs of his constituents the federal charges. Have attempted extortion against Burke center on the efforts by a businessman to get permits to remodel one of his fast food restaurants. You may be familiar with that particular establishment. Prosecutors allege alderman Berk tried to shake down the owner of a Burger King at fortieth Polaski when the owner was trying to get remodeling permits and twenty seventeen just outside that Burger King is worth seventeen year old Liqun McDonald was shot and killed by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in two thousand fourteen the stores district manager claimed Chicago police deleted security video for an eighty six minute stretch that happened to include the time McDonnell was shot. Police and prosecutors claimed there had been no tampering with the video burnings foyer NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM candidates hoping to unseat Burke in the south west sides, fourteenth ward. And also their campaign workers were on the streets yesterday immediately after the charges against him were announced twenty-eight-year-old Tanya Patino was going door to door in the fifty first street. Business district surrounding Burks ward office telling people she stands for change offer him.

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WBBM Newsradio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"First street was locked up tight as Tanya Patino. Criss crossed the fifty first street business strip with an extended hand in an arm full of one. Window size. What did she find people are still hesitant, and it has to do with the it's imitation tactics? That Burke has used for so many years, so people are not taking window signs. But I'm definitely getting my name out there talking to them getting to know them, and they're showing their support. But they're still not willing to put up a sign Patino said it's time for Burke to get out of the way and resign a call shared by campaign workers for two other challengers, Jose, Louise, Torres and Hymie goes mon- Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. WBZ? News time seven thirty three advocates for clergy sex abuse. Victims say they're going to expose hundreds of priests whose names have been kept from the public in mid-december attorney general Lisa Madigan released. A report that said Illinois diocese had received six hundred ninety allegations of sexual abuse. But identified only one hundred eighty five cases as credible now attorneys for clergy sex abuse victims say they're putting together. A report identifying each. One of the clergy members involved in three hundred of their cases, it's expected to be out next month. In some cases, there were out of court settlements at others. The clergy members had died. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM standoff resulted in the partial government shutdown continues this morning despite a move last night or the house to reopen the government as one of its first acts, the new democratic majority approved a plan to end the shutdown that does not include money for President Trump's border wall. The votes on two bills came hours after the president made a surprise White House preping appearance to stand firm on the wall, demand and new house speaker Nancy Pelosi responded without a wall. You cannot have border security wall. Does anybody have any doubt that we are not doing a wall the package stands no chance of passing? The GOP led Senate were Mitch McConnell's insisting on the president's backing before a vote was saga megani? Washington. WBZ news time seven thirty five. Man, police call a person of interest in the deaths of three young children in Texas apartment if given himself up and is now in custody Houston police officer been star says they received a call late last night from the man who identified himself as the person being sought and he wanted to surrender police apprehended peacefully in Houston star declines to identify him. But says he's twenty seven years old nearly six of ten employees in the manufacturing industry suffered from workplace fatigue. That's according to a new study this morning authored by Laura Caputo reports show that the cost is about one hundred thirty billion dollars a year in productivity losses. In addition to other cost. Costs related to injuries and illnesses. Cluedo says the study points to the need for employers to wear sensors that can identify fatigue points in advance of next spark was answered followed by traveling weather. Stay with us WBZ news time, seven thirty six. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably multiple law and skiff anybody noticed you mow the lawn. Tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having a motive on again. Good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Pm interesting note to this appearance today, the prosecutor said that they found twenty three firearms Twenty-three guns in the possession of alderman Burke, when they raided his offices reporting live at the Dirksen, federal building, Steve Miller, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Bob Roberts continues our coverage live from the Newsline on Burks at bird sub ward office engage park on the south. With west side. Chris a lot of people are expressing what appears to be complete surprise more than twenty in the block surrounding Burks ward office here at twenty six fifty west fifty first street, but when asked to elaborate, they say they're too busy to talk. Watt. More details or simply don't speak English. The one person more than willing to talk his Tanya Patino who is running against birth. Call for him to resign first and foremost for him to withdraw from this race because I think that he's already lied and have bullying bullied this community. And it's it's time for him to just step down. We tried to ask Birt's office for a statement. But the shades were drawn and the doors were locked even in the middle of the day live engage park. Bob Roberts, News Radio on five point nine FM. VM political editor Craig Delamore. We'll have more on Ed Edberg's influence in Chicago politics. That's coming up at four thirty Harvey police are looking for a man who shot to people yesterday killing a twenty year old man and wounding his pregnant eighteen year old girlfriend Harvey police chief, Gregory Thomas says it happened outside the couple's home one hundred forty six in green. Individual probably one hundred and fifty pounds when he Blackwood dark jacket with a white stripe down to sleep approach are to victims as they were internet. Residents and opened fire. Thomas says the shooter recently had an altercation with the dead, man. Jalen Jackson over a stolen car Jackson's girlfriend Maseru Lambert was critically wounded her father says it's not clear if the unborn baby will survive Lambert is two months pregnant WBZ news time four oh..

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WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Law firm the complaint against the seventy five year old alderman is he held up permit for a remodel. Bowling job that the owner of a fast food restaurant had planned that what he wanted in return for the permits with business for his own law firm Burke has been an alderman for almost fifty years. His wife is Illinois supreme court, Justice and Burke, a side note to all this the US attorney's office did release information about the court appearance and the criminal complaint, but because of the federal government shutdown the partial shutdown, they say there will be no US attorney's office news availability after Brooks court appearance at the Dirksen, federal building, Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Of course, Burke is innocent until proven guilty. But there is a sign that some of his power may be taken from him WBZ and political editor Craig Delamore just got some new information on this. And he's live on the news line from city hall, Craig and Chris there there is heavy pressure for alderman Burke to step down from his seat as the head of the powerful city council. Finance committee. There are strong indications that considering the charges against him. Mayor Emanuel does not want to see him continue in that job because of the sensitive and important legislation that comes before that committee. He would like. Burke to step down on his own, but may be prepared to act if he doesn't live at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ M's. Bob Roberts continues. Our coverage live from Edberg's older manic office engage park on the southwest side. Paul Burks ward office at twenty six fifty west fifty first street as clearly marked eight to four hours, but the shades were drawn in the doors were locked tied at two fifteen Burke faces a challenge in next month's election and challenger Tanya Patino wasted. No time shaking hands with businessmen and women whose offices and stores line, the surrounding blocks. What does she found? Well, she says that she's finding that people are interested in talking with her expressing their ideas and not willing to put signs in the window otherwise on well, we've tried to interview.

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"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Individual drivers wouldn't be on the hook initially. The Tribune reports the county is auditing off street parking credits issued to parking companies in residential areas to see if they've paid all taxes due over the last seven years, which could lead to higher parking rates parking. Lot owners say the county has recently required agreements. Be spelled out in leases in order to collect the credit. Prac- winkles office tells the paper nothing has changed. They're just making sure owners have paid what they owe. Antsy hardy NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine. FM waldman. Ricardo Mooney os is due in court tomorrow to face a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. Police department spokesman says Munoz pushed and struck his wife during an argument at their home on New Year's Eve this summer, the fifty three. Year old announced he would not run for re-election. Mundos wife says her husband had been drinking heavily prior to that Munoz had admitted that he had problems with alcohol in the five way race to unseat alderman, Ed Burke, Illinois, congressman elect a, hey, sue chewy Garcia throwing his support behind Tanya Patino. If elected the civil engineer would be the war's first Latino alderman Garcia tells the Tribune Patino is ready for the challenges the city faces burqa fifty year incumbent facing security scrutiny that is after recent FBI raids at his city hall and award offices. WBZ news time eleven thirteen..

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

"tanya patino" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ville and thirty along the lakefront WBZ news time eight twenty. Our top story this hour, President Donald Trump and congressional leaders failed to reach a deal to end the government shutdown agreed to meet again on Friday. The president says a budget approved by the previous Republican controlled house of representatives failed to provide enough money for border security. They five billion five point six billion approved by the house is such a small amount compared to the level of the problem. We'll have much more under story coming up at eight thirty one a pair of seventeen year olds were wounded in a shooting about two hours ago on the near west side. Police say the shooting happened in the twenty one hundred block of west Washington. One teen was shot in the upper body and take an astrologer hospital in critical condition. The other was shot in the arm and taken to the same hospital in stable condition. Neither of the genders are known, and no one is in custody. Chicago aldermen Ricardo moon knows is due in court tomorrow to face a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. Police spokesman Anthony googly Elmes says moon. Owes pushed and struck struck his wife during an argument at their home on New Year's Eve this summer the Fifty-three-year-old announced he would not run for reelection in the five way race to unseat alderman. Ed, Burke, Illinois, congressman elect hastens chewy Garcia is throwing his support behind Tanya Patino. If elected the civil engineer would be the wards first Latina alderman Garcia tells the Tribune that Patino is ready for the challenges. The city faces Burke a fifty year old incumbent is facing scrutiny after recent FBI raids on his city hall and ward offices. The new King County sheriff says he's looking to the concerns of both the people who work for him and those he keeps locked up in the county jail and tonight he'll be one of those behind bars after a series of behavioral problems in two sections of the Kane county jail. New sheriff Ron Hain ordered a security sweep in them and besides graffiti and pornography on the walls illegal homemade alcohol was found in. All we removed between twenty and thirty bottles of hooch from one of the pods on the other side of the coin sheriff Haynes says inmates make complaints to him about the food and temperature at night in the jail. So he plans at least once a month to stay overnight in a cell wearing what inmates where and eating what they eat. If I can live by it as a baseline, then they should be able to if I find it to be disgusting and inhumane, we'll make the appropriate changes to foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time eight twenty three Illinois ranks high in new population study, it's not a ranking that officials will be proud of the national movers study ranks Illinois is number two on the list of how many people moved out of their states in one year in a report by North American van lines, the top reason for moving in and out of Illinois was for a job last year. But people sixty five and over led the move from Illinois. A recent Bloomberg analysis determined that Chicago experiences in exodus of one hundred. Fifty six residents every day. Chris cradle NewsRadio on.

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