ON AIR By ON AIR Chicago Mayoral Candidates Go Head to Head at DuSable Museum Forum Photo by CCNM Photojournalist, Marcus Robinson

Panel Members Question Candidates on Housing, Education, Jobs

CHICAGO – The DuSable Black Museum and Education Center, formerly the DuSable Museum of African American History at 740 E. 56th Place, was the site of the second head-to-head battle between the two candidates vying for the position of Mayor of the city of Chicago. As public figures and organizations announce endorsements of their favorite candidates,

Brandon Johnson, Mayoral Candidate for the City of Chicago

Brandon Johnson and Paul Vallas seek to distinguish themselves on key issues through these public forums. Thursday evening members of the panel asked candidates their plans to insure public safety. Both pointed to economic opportunities as the key to ending crime.  Brandon Johnson said he intends to expand the Department of the Environment to address the issues of lack of clean air and clean water. and make an assessment of what needs to be done.  

Paul Vallas, Mayoral Candidate for the City of Chicago

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