Chicago mayor’s own neighbors send a big message on city’s future

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After the chaos of the 2020 election, the Democratic Party has taken a different approach to this year’s national campaign, claiming trust, democracy and election integrity as foundational party principles. 

These themes will likely be on display at the 2024 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, but progressive Mayor Brandon Johnson, the host city’s leader, seems to betray these principles — and it’s costing him.  

Johnson has made headlines for undemocratic practices and a general lack of transparency in his administration, which has dodged multiple FOIA requests. Johnson has been criticized for avoiding the press, he’s shifted $95 million in COVID-19 relief money to the migrant fund without City Council approval, and he’s redacted the full cost of his trip at taxpayer

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