Tag Archives: Miguel Del Valle

CN September 14 2018

    We gather two journalists and an accomplished politician at the table this week for conversation about Chicago’s dramatic mayoral race, the Jason Van Dyke trial and the police reform consent decree. We ask who among the candidates that … Continue reading

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CN March 19, 2015, Part 2

Think the Rahm/Chuy race is the only show in town? There’s exciting action in many of the heated ward runoffs. Miguel de Valle, who was himself a mayoral candidate only 4 years ago and has for years been a progressive voice … Continue reading

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CN March 19, 2015 Part 1

  Rahm Emanuel did the right thing. “The the reality is those schools should have been closed,” says Chicago Defender Executive Editor Kai El’ Zabar. “If you had gone in and seen the circumstances and the situations people were working … Continue reading

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CN Feb. 26, 2015

  471,464 Chicagoans had their say this week. And what most of them said was they weren’t very happy with the status quo. And then there are the 949,968 registered voters who didn’t show up. What were they saying? It’s big news that … Continue reading

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CN October 18, 2012

Miguel Del Valle was very pleased with Barack Obama’s performance on the second presidential debate. The first one, not so much. “Having served with Barack for eight years, the individual who showed up for the first debate was State Senator … Continue reading

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