Final Call in Evanston’s 1st and 8th Ward Aldermanic Races and One Seat on District 65’s School Board May Hinge on Mail-in Votes
Includes Updated Vote Counts and Election Day Photos First-time candidates Clare Kelly in the City’s 1st Ward and Devon Reid in the southeast 8th Ward hold small leads in their aldermanic races, but mail-in votes are still outstanding and a final determination may be a few weeks off. In the District 65 School Board election, Donna Wang Su holds a 46-vote lead […]
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Evanston City Council members approved a landmark reparations resolution on March 22, setting in motion housing assistance for eligible Black residents to redress some of the injustices they suffered over a […]
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