It’s been a debate a day over the last week, and the Chicago mayoral candidates have come away battered and bruised. So have some of the moderators.
But have Chicagoans gotten any clearer picture of who they want to vote for on Feb. 28? And have any candidates lurched ahead of the pack?
Jason DeSanto, a political speechwriter and debate strategist for members of Congress and multiple presidential campaigns and a senior lecturer at both Northwestern University's School of Law and School of Communication, joins Paris Schutz to give his assessment of the state of play in mayoral race.