Chicago Mayoral Candidates Attend Forum Hosted by Women’s Groups
Chicago, Illinois – With the mayoral election fast approaching, more than 40 women’s groups are hosting a forum today to help voters choose the next mayor of Chicago.
The event will take place at the Chicago Temple Building in the Loop and feature mayoral candidates Brandon Johnson and Paul Vallas.
The candidates will face questions on a variety of topics, including reproductive rights, racial justice, and economic justice.
The event is open to the public, and tickets are free, but attendees must reserve their spot in advance.
The forum is just one of many events leading up to the election on April 2, 2023.
With a diverse field of candidates and important issues at stake, voters in Chicago are eager to hear from the candidates and make an informed decision about who will lead the city in the coming years.
Chicago residents who are unable to attend the forum in person can still stay informed by following the candidates’ campaigns and participating in other election-related events.
As the election draws near, it is important for voters to stay engaged and educated about the issues that matter most to them.