Left to right: John Carpenter, Senior VP of External Affairs at the Chicagoland Chamber; Dan Mihalopoulos, Politics “Early & Often” Chicago Sun-Times political reporter; Mark Brown, Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Dr. Chris Mooney, Director of the Institute of Government and Public Affairs and W. Russell Arrington, Professor of State Politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of Illinois, Springfield; and Theresa E. Mintle, President & CEO of the Chicagoland Chamber.
Having spent years covering local politics, Chicago Sun-Times news columnist Mark Brown and Politics “Early & Often” Sun-Times political reporter Dan Mihalopoulos have better insight than most when it comes to what we can expect in the upcoming city and state elections.
In an October 14 panel discussion moderated by Dr. Chris Mooney, Director of the Institute of Government and Public Affairs and the W. Russell Arrington Professor of State Politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of Illinois, the political experts covered topics ranging from campaign strategies in the gubernatorial race to how the city’s mayoral race will affect the aldermanic elections.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce hosted the panel to create an opportunity for people to learn more about the candidates and elections that will shape our city, county and state for years to come.
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