Since Lori entered this race six months ago, she’s spoken at community meetings and candidate forums. Team Lightfoot has joined parades, festivals, marches, and rallies. We’ve held press conferences, hosted meet and greets, and released detailed policy proposals on the tough challenges facing our city.

With just 100 days until Election Day, we’ve got so much to look forward to—more opportunities to meet Chicagoans at neighborhood events and community meetings, more policy areas to discuss with issue experts and advocacy groups, and more of those unexpected chances to learn, listen, and connect that have made these last six months so special. But before we get started on all of that, we’re taking a moment to look back at where we’ve been by celebrating 100 of our favorite campaign moments.

To everyone who has been a part of this campaign, thank you! And to everyone who wants to join in these last 100 days, welcome to our team! You can sign up here to get involved.

  1. Launched the campaign on May 10th!

  2. Profiled in the Chicago Tribune
  3. Attended the Back of the Yards Unity for Peace March 
  4. Joined the mayoral candidate forum hosted by the Liberation Christian Center 
  5. Met Logan Square residents at the Logan Square Farmers Market 
  6. Interviewed by Carol Marin on Chicago Tonight
  7. Joined in Wear Orange weekend at Hadiya Pendleton Park 
  8. Delivered the keynote address at Sullivan High School graduation 
  9. Spoke at Midsommarfest in Andersonville 
  10. Interviewed on WGN TV morning news
  11. Joined the Saint Sabina’s Annual end-of-the-school-year Peace March and Rally 
  12. Marched with supporters in the Puerto Rican People’s Parade 
  13. Held a press conference calling for action following the CPS sex abuse scandal 
  14. Profiled in N’Digo 
  15. Marched in the Chicago Pride Parade 
  16. Included in the Go Mag “100 Women We Love: Class of 2018”
  17. Hosted a young professionals happy hour
  18. Profiled in the Windy City Times 
  19. Attended the Families Belong Together Rally 
  20. Spoke with Rick Pearson on WGN radio 
  21. Celebrated the 4th of July at the annual 4th on 53rd Parade in Hyde Park 
  22. Launched a petition in support of an elected and representative school board 
  23. Interviewed on WCPT’s Back on the Beat with Dick Kay 
  24. Marched in the 95th and Dan Ryan anti-violence march 
  25. Attended the 40th Annual Chinatown Summer Fair 
  26. Joined Mike Flannery on FOX’s Flannery Fired Up 
  27. Spoke at the IVI-IPO mayoral candidate forum 
  28. Spoke out in support of a living wage of $15 per hour 
  29. Attended Taste of WVON in Dixon Park 
  30. Profiled in Austin Weekly
  31. Raised more than $10,000 a day in the 50 days after launching the campaign
  32. Met with Bold Resistance Against Violence Everywhere (BRAVE) Youth Leaders 
  33. Attended the mayoral candidate forum hosted by the 33rd Ward Democrats
  34. Interviewed by Paul Lisnek on WGN radio 
  35. Voiced support for hospital workers fighting for living wages 
  36. Spoke at the Workers Center for Racial Justice Forum for Safety and Liberation 
  37. Profiled in Marie Claire magazine
  38. Attended morning motivations at Cara Chicago
  39. Met with leaders at the Lawndale Christian Health Center
  40. Condemned the police department’s use of bait trucks
  41. Profiled in the Chicago Defender
  42. Joined the Summer of Opportunity Street Fair in Austin
  43. Launched our online store
  44. Interviewed for the Politico Women Rule podcast series 
  45. Marched with supporters in the 56th Annual Englewood Back to School parade 
  46. Honored as the BlackHer Shero of the Week 
  47. Marched with supporters in the Bud Billiken parade 
  48. Announced support for a universal basic income
  49. Profiled in the University of Chicago student newspaper 
  50. Join supporters at the West Side Music Festival
  51. Discussed violence prevention at the Chicago Teen Vogue meetup 
  52. Spoke at a We Will legislative coffee date 
  53. Discussed the campaign with Univision Chicago 
  54. Released a plan to clean up city government 
  55. Marched in the Southeast Side Labor Day Parade 
  56. Spoke at the Outspoken LGBTQ+ storytelling event 
  57. Met with Edgebrook residents at the Edgebrook Farmers Market 
  58. Explored the 79th Street Renaissance Festival 
  59. Joined the Chicago Indivisible podcast 
  60. Launched a petition to clean up city government 
  61. Marched in solidarity with Chicago Hotel Strike 
  62. Released a comprehensive public safety plan 
  63. Met Hyde Parkers at the Fall Forward Fest   
  64. Spoke at a #StopKavanaugh Rally in Daley Plaza 
  65. Profiled in Mother Jones 
  66. Called for substantive revisions to the consent decree 
  67. Launched a petition to support public safety in every neighborhood 
  68. Collected petition signatures at the dog beach
  69. Profiled in INTO magazine 
  70. Attended the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce Apple Fest 
  71. Spoke at City Club about the need for a consent decree 
  72. Published an op-ed in Essence magazine
  73. Spoke about the campaign on The Jam 
  74. Released an LGBTQ+ policy framework 
  75. Joined The Ben Joravsky Show on WCPT
  76. Spoke at the mayoral forum hosted by the 17th Ward Democratic Organization
  77. Stood in solidarity with NTA parents and community members 
  78. Met with volunteers and youth at Stand up For Kids 
  79. Hosted an LGBTQ+ roundtable discussion 
  80. Met members of the Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation 
  81. Spoke at the Chicago Future Museum to kick off Chicago Ideas Week 
  82. Demanded justice for Dejanay Stanton and Ciara Minaj Carter Frazier
  83. Launched a petition to support Chicago’s diverse LGBTQ+ community 
  84. Joined the March for Racial Equity to advocate for affordable housing options 
  85. Attended a vigil against gun violence with Moms Demand Action 
  86. Profiled in Essence magazine 
  87. Toured Growing Home Inc in Englewood 
  88. Marched with supporters at the Women’s March Chicago March to the Polls 
  89. Launched a petition to build a Chicago that works for people with disabilities
  90. Spoke at the mayoral panel hosted by WeWill
  91. Attended a West Side and Garfield Park Community Stakeholders Monthly Executive Meeting
  92. Attended services with the Power Circle Congregation 
  93. Stood against bigotry and hate at the Tree of Life vigil 
  94. Knocked doors in Andersonville with volunteers 
  95. Released a comprehensive housing plan 
  96. Joined the March to the Midterms rally
  97. Spoke out against elevated lead levels in water 
  98. Met Wicker Park residents at a community meeting 
  99. Spoke at the Emerging Leaders of the Business Leadership Council forum
  100. Collected food for Chicago families with the Greater Chicago Food Depository