“Chance endorsed Preckwinkle at a City Hall news conference, where he focused his comments on concerns “organizers and activists” have about former federal prosecutor and police oversight official Lori Lightfoot.
“The resounding voice has been that they don’t necessarily feel comfortable or safe going into a city where Lori Lightfoot sits on the fifth floor,” he said.
“Her past record as a prosecutor has not been in the best interests of young black people in Chicago, hasn’t been entirely truthful, and even the campaign and the image she has created since the February election has been, like I just said, very untrue.””
St. Louis not only ignored the past records of Wesley Bell and Kim Gardner, they elevated them to community leaders… literally allowing the foxes to guard the henhouse.
Chance the Rapper: ‘I don’t have any more money for Chicago politics,’ as he backs Toni Preckwinkle for mayor
Chance the Rapper, the hip-hop superstar and aspiring philanthropist, endorsed Toni Preckwinkle’s mayoral campaign Thursday, offering the County Board president some star power and a renewed shot to recruit young voters in the waning days of the city’s historic mayoral election.