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Miguel Del Valle

Miguel Del Valle
Miguel Del Valle is the Chicago City Clerk. Previous positions: Illinois state senator (1987-2006); director of Barreto Boys and Girls Club (1970-1979); executive director of Association House (1980-1985). He received his bachelor's degree in education from Northeastern Illinois University (1975) and master's degree in education from Northeastern Illinois University (1977). He's married with four children.
Miguel Del Valle is the Chicago City Clerk. Previous positions: Illinois state senator (1987-2006); director of Barreto Boys and Girls Club (1970-1979); executive director of Association House (1980-1985). He received his bachelor's degree in education from Northeastern Illinois University (1975) and master's degree in education from Northeastern Illinois University (1977). He's married with four children. « Show less

Top Miguel Del Valle Articles

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  • Top quotes from the mayoral race

    Top quotes from the mayoral race
    Less than a week remains before Chicago elects a new mayor (maybe), which means we'll probably only be treated to the candidates' colorful quips for a handful of days. Sigh. Today, we look at five of our favorite words or phrases from the mayoral...
  • Election blog: Turnout could be as low as 40 percent

    Election blog: Turnout could be as low as 40 percent
    Barring a late surge of voters, election officials are estimating voter turnout in today’s mayoral election could be as low as 40 percent, well off the 50 percent predicted. Polls are set to close at 7 p.m. Langdon Neal, chairman of the Chicago...
  • Voters not flocking to ballot without a Daley

    Voters not flocking to ballot without a Daley
    The draw of a mayoral ballot that didn’t have a Daley on it wasn’t as great as some election forecasters had expected. Early reports on today’s election indicate voter turnout will be well below the 50 percent predicted, possibly as...
  • Class warfare bubbles in Chicago mayor race

    Money matters in politics, but in the race for Chicago mayor, another valued commodity is the ability to claim a connection to working-class neighborhoods of bungalows and grit -- true or otherwise. And so Miguel del Valle, the current Chicago city...
  • FYI: The campaign websites for Chicago's remaining mayoral candidates

     
    UPDATED In ballot order: Rahm Emanuel Miguel Del Valle Carol Moseley Braun Gery Chico Patricia Van Pelt Watkins Fredrick K. White William Walls (Howard Ray and Tyrone Carter n/a)...
  • No accounting for Braun's bungling on the issue of her tax returns

     
    Did you see the recent headline, "Emanuel releases federal returns"? I didn't, and I'm guessing you didn't either. According to the Tribune's online archives, it appeared on Page 9 of the newspaper on Friday, Dec. 24, Christmas Eve. But, like......
  • Emanuel has 50 times more money to spend than Braun

     
    ...in part because he has raised 25 times more money than she has (story): Rahm Emanuel Total Receipts $11,788,360.56 Subtotal $11,788,360.56 Total Expenditures $3,450,488.09 Funds available at the close of the reporting period $8,337,872.47 Gery Chico...
  • ABC7 poll: Mayoral runoff unlikely

     
    ABC7's poll released tonight shows Rahm Emanuel headed toward a decisive victory Feb. 22: Rahm Emanuel's 54 percent share in the survey suggests an overwhelming lead, nearly quadrupling second place Gery Chico at 14 percent; Miguel del Valle was third.......
  • Left out

     
    From Chicago’s Left Blows Its Big Chance, an essay in In These Times by Laura Washington: In progressive circles [Rahm Emanuel] is viewed as a coldly pragmatic, apolitical establishment operative. They accuse him of hostility to a host of their......
  • Tribune poll: Race for mayor not close

     
    Read all about it: [Rahm] Emanuel had 49 percent support to 19 percent for [Gery] Chico, the former Chicago Board of Education president. Braun fell to third with 10 percent, and City Clerk Miguel del Valle was at 8 percent,......
  • Braun's pollster: She's in second place!

     
    No, really! Carol Moseley Braun today released results of a poll she commissioned showing the following levels of support in the mayor's race: Rahm Emanuel 44.8% Carol Moseley Braun 22.5% Gery Chico -- 16.1% Miguel Del Valle -- 9.6% Undecided......