Monthly Archives: January 2007

Now is the time to speak

Chicago Journal Matlak should come clean. Our Views The three-way race for alderman in the 32nd Ward is heating up with challengers accusing incumbent Alderman Ted Matlak of relying on patronage workers to win the 2003 city election.

Matlak targeted in 32nd

By Anitra Rowe, Chicago Sun-Times Candidates challenging Ald. Ted Matlak in the 32nd Ward are speaking out on what they view as an ongoing cycle of corruption in Matlak’s office.

Foot Soldiers

January 30, 2007

Kevin Robinson, Two aldermanic races that are shaping up to be real contests in the city have drawn a lot of attention not only from locals, but also from organizations that would like to put a dent in Daley’s … Continue reading

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Two Races We’re Watching

January 18, 2007

Kevin Robinson, Here at the Chicagoist offices, we’re keeping an eye on some of the bigger ward races in town, as well as a few that we just find interesting. The weirdness and anger in the 46th Ward, for … Continue reading

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Challengers take Matlak to task

January 17, 2007

Anitra Rowe, Booster Wicker Park-Bucktown-Ukrainian Village Three candidates for the 32nd Ward aldermanic post sounded off at their first debate last week.

Charges fly in 32nd Ward forum

Timothy Inklebarger, Chicago Journal Candidates aim to link incumbent with Hired Truck Scandal Candidates aiming to unseat Alderman Ted Matlak in the 32nd Ward took aim at the incumbent at a candidate forum this week, charging him with corruption and … Continue reading