Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been under the gun virtually her entire administration.
Lightfoot has led her city deeper into the rabbit hole of violent crime and homicides.
While it was assumed Dems would allow to run unopposed, that may no longer be the case.
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Arne Duncan, Obama’s Secretary of Education, sounds like he is ready to throw his hat into the ring.
Be it the violent crime in the city or the fact Chicago’s schools are closing again, Duncan seems to have seen about all he can handle out of Lightfoot.
When Duncan was asked about facing off against Lightfoot, he stated, “I will absolutely look at this as we go forward long-term.
“If I think I can make a bigger difference in another seat, I’ll absolutely look at that.”
He clarified, “I’m not running for anything right now.
“But I am deeply concerned about where we are as a city.
“Nobody feels like we’re in a good place. … Our city’s in a really tough spot.
“I’ve lived here all my life. I love this city.
“As I talk to folks, they’re probably more concerned now than at any time that I can remember.”
It is hard to imagine Lightfoot being able to fend off any credible candidate, especially if that individual has ties to Obama.
I would love to see a conservative get a crack at this city to see what could be done, but regardless, Lightfoot has to go.
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Source: Fox News