Brandon Johnson for Mayor
The Center For Racial and Gender Equity is proud to announce our endorsement of Brandon Johnson for Mayor of Chicago. There couldn't be a clearer choice in this election.
Brandon has spent his career educating children and fighting for working-class families, while Paul Vallas has spent his career crippling public school districts in cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Bridgeport Connecticut, and New Orleans.
Brandon is supported by a large and diverse set of organizations, from Jewish groups on the Northside, to Muslim organizations on the Southwest side. Vallas on the other hand, is supported by Chicago's Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), which counts known white supremacists among its ranks. Brandon Johnson is the only candidate that will create a city that is fair, equitable, and inclusive of all people.
Desmon Yancey for 5th Ward Alderman
Desmon Yancy is an active member of the Workers Center for Racial Justice and serves as a community leader and organizer developing and implementing programs and services designed to address the changing needs of the community.
Desmon Yancy is committed to advancing racial justice and equity. Desmon supports community engaged public safety, repealing ordinances that currently serve as barriers to formerly incarcerated people, and the reallocation of city resources to departments better equipped to meet the needs of Chicago residents.
Make Your Voting Plan.
Chicago's 2023 mayoral runoff elections will be held April 4th. Early voting and vote-by-mail is available to voters across the city. Make sure you're ready to cast your ballot by reviewing your voting options.
2023 Election Deadlines for Chicago Voters
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