An April 2 runoff election will determine Chicago’s next mayor, city treasurer and aldermen in more than a dozen wards across the city. Candidates appearing on the runoff ballot are those who failed to win more than 50 percent of the vote in the Feb. 26 election. More: Early voting locations | Candidate forums

Runoff Election Live Results

Chicago Mayoral Race

Lori Lightfoot

Lori Lightfoot - Chicago Mayor Candidate

“I’ve spent my career taking on tough challenges and I’ll keep fighting for change as mayor.”

Toni Preckwinkle

Toni Preckwinkle - Chicago Mayor Candidate

“I want to make sure that all of our youth have a solid education and real opportunities.”

Chicago City Treasurer Race

Melissa Conyears-Ervin

Melissa Conyears-Ervin - Chicago City Treasurer Candidate

“The investments we make as a city pay dividends to our children in the future, and it’s our responsibility to invest wisely.”

Ameya Pawar

Ameya Pawar - Chicago City Treasurer Candidate

“As treasurer, I’ll work to shore up Chicago’s economic health, so we have the resources we need to address the looming pension crisis and the city’s debt obligations.”

Chicago City Council Race

5th Ward

Leslie Hairston

Leslie Hairston - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“Knowing a community is key to moving it forward. That’s why I’ve worked so hard exposing the 5th Ward’s natural assets and beauty to people outside the ward.”

William Calloway

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

6th Ward

Roderick Sawyer

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

Deborah Foster-Bonner

Deborah Foster-Bonner - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I have spent more than 20 years as voice for my community. It is time to take it to the next level.”

15th Ward

Raymond Lopez

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

Rafael Yañez

Rafael Yañez - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“As Alderman, I will be a progressive voice for the people of the 15th ward.”

16th Ward

Stephanie Coleman

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

Toni Foulkes

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

20th Ward

Jeanette B. Taylor

Jeanette B. Taylor - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I know what it feels like when elected officials make decisions for us, not with us.”

Nicole Johnson

Nicole Johnson - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“For a community to be prosperous, I believe we should add to the existing assets, not subtract from them.”

21st Ward

Howard Brookins

Howard Brookins - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“We fought for quality housing, better schools, safer neighborhoods, jobs and a community that we could be proud of and we won.”

Marvin McNeil

Marvin McNeil - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“We have all the makings of a strong vibrant middle class community and yet we are suffering.”

25th Ward

Byron Sigcho-Lopez

Byron Sigcho-Lopez - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“We deserve leadership that will fight for the well-being and stability of our community members.”

Alex Acevedo

Alex Acevedo - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“Government must represent working people and lead with integrity.”

30th Ward

Ariel Reboyras

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

Jessica Washington Gutierrez

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

31st Ward

Milly Santiago

Milly Santiago - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“My top priorities as a full-time Alderman continue to be economic stability, public safety, education, and housing.”

Felix Cardona

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

33rd Ward

Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez

Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“Politicians are building a city for the few. We need neighborhoods for the many.”

Deborah Mell

Deborah Mell - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I’ve worked to make Chicago a better and more fair place for workers and families.”

39th Ward

Samantha Nugent

Samantha Nugent - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I understand the importance of strong relationships between our first responders and the members of the community they serve.”

Robert Murphy

Robert Murphy - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I have the experience; the track record of reform and independence; and I have a clear vision for the ward.”

40th Ward

Patrick O’Connor

Patrick O’Connor - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“We have been able to make this community a destination, where people want to come live and raise their families.”

Andre Vasquez

Andre Vasquez - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“Neighbors want an Alderman who will provide effective constituent services while fighting to make sure every neighbor feels connected.”

43rd Ward

Michele Smith

Michele Smith

“I’m running for re-election to ensure that the 43rd ward continues to have a fighter in City Hall even as we transition to a new mayor.”

Derek Lindblom

Derek Lindblom - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I’m running because I believe Chicago’s at a crossroads.”

46th Ward

James Cappleman

Did not participate

Did not participate in the WTTW Chicago Voters’ Guide.

Marianne Lalonde

Marianne Lalonde - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I invest every hour of my free time back into the 46th ward.”

47th Ward

Matt Martin

Matt Martin - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I’m running for Alderman because there are too many neighbors in our ward and our city who are struggling.”

Michael Negron

Michael Negron - Chicago Alderman Candidate

“I care deeply about a Chicago where everyone can get ahead.”

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