Chicago (CNN) - When Rahm Emanuel entered the race to succeed Richard Daley as mayor of Chicago in November, he was far from the front-runner.
Despite the fact that he was a native of the city, served three terms as a congressman and was chief of staff to President Barack Obama and a key aide to President Bill Clinton, he was not well-known to much of the population.
Rahm will win – with no runoff – and for those who did not know him – especially after serving under President Obama – are living under a rock!!!
chicago can have this worm..............its business as usual
Meh... Chicago. May the best crook win.