Chicago's Daley Says He'll Run Again, And Most Agree He'll Win Again, Too

Shields, Yvette
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/10/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31529, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the mayor of Chicago, Illinois, Richard Daley has announced his intention to run for another term early in the year 2003. Daley's contribution towards the launching of capital campaigns in Chicago; Complaints of housing groups in Chicago regarding Daley's emphasis on downtown projects; Improvements in the Chicago public school system under Daley; Personal background of Daley.


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