A strong leader who loves Chicago

Ald. Luis Gutierrez introduces Democratic mayoral candidate State's Atty. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007475" title="Richard M. Daley" href="/topic/politics-government/government/richard-m.-daley-PEPLT007475.topic">Richard Daley</a> to a cheering crowd at Chicago's Northwest side Hispanic community in February 1989. Daley, who lost to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002266" title="Harold Washington" href="/topic/politics-government/harold-washington-PEHST002266.topic">Harold Washington</a> in the 1983 primary, also visited three black churches the day before and told the congregations at all of them that he, like Washington and his father, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002288" title="Richard J. Daley" href="/topic/politics-government/richard-j.-daley-PEHST002288.topic">Richard J. Daley</a>, are strong leaders who love Chicago.

( Tribune archive photo / February 26, 1989 )

Ald. Luis Gutierrez introduces Democratic mayoral candidate State's Atty. Richard Daley to a cheering crowd at Chicago's Northwest side Hispanic community in February 1989. Daley, who lost to Harold Washington in the 1983 primary, also visited three black churches the day before and told the congregations at all of them that he, like Washington and his father, Richard J. Daley, are strong leaders who love Chicago.

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