My name is Lori Lightfoot, and I am the next mayor of Chicago.
In order for Chicago to remain a world-class city, we need to create a new path. A path in which fairness and inclusion are our guiding principles. As our mayor, I will respect the experiences of all Chicagoans and ensure our city government works to uplift the quality of life for everyone.
We can, and we must, do better. We must do better to address the taxes and fees that burden middle- and low-income families. We must do better to halt the declining conditions of our neighborhood schools. We must do better to change an education policy that does not view parents, teachers, principals, staff or other stakeholders as valued partners. We must do better by insisting on a comprehensive plan to invest in families and neighborhoods, and to end the violence that plagues too many communities. We can do this, together. This is my commitment and my promise to you. Please join me.
Lori E. Lightfoot today just before noon was sworn in as the 56th Mayor of Chicago with her wife, Amy Eshleman, and daughter, Vivian, at her side. Thousands of members of the public attended the inaugural ceremony at Wintrust Arena to participate and celebrate this...read more
CHICAGO (May 17, 2019)-- Mayor-elect Lori E. Lightfoot announced her proposal for City Council committee leadership on Friday. “Chicagoans expect us to deliver on our commitment to end the old way of doing business in City Council, and this proposal will begin to...read more
CHICAGO -- Mayor-elect Lori E. Lightfoot’s Transition Committees today presented their 100+ page transition report to the Mayor-elect at a breakfast meeting where more than 400 committee members gathered together. The report includes recommendations from 10 committees...read more
"This Saturday, residents of the West Side are invited to Roberto Clemente High School, 1147 N. Western Ave., to meet with Lightfoot." https://t.co/y1V95axLL3
"Mayor Lori Lightfoot moved a step closer Wednesday to giving her top lawyer broad discretion in publishing many of the city watchdog’s investigations, a change that would make public the names of city employees found to have violated rules in some cases." https://t.co/buX375osTh
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