For Logan Square-area politician Delia Ramirez, the work has already started—long before her job does.
Gear up for the primaries March 20 with our election guide for all the candidates that will be on the Logan Square area ballot.
At a 4th district state-rep candidate forum last week, experience and connection to the neighborhood made the difference.
Progressive Logan Square Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa said he wants to take his fight against the status quo to Washington, D.C.
The #MeToo edition of The Girl Talk event on Nov. 28 at The Hideout Inn centered around the recent sexual abuse cases in the news, the #MeToo campaign and what powerful Illinois women are doing to stop assault.
The budget’s proposed taxes, Ramirez-Rosa said, will burden regular, working-class Chicagoans.
Illinois’ race for governor is in full swing, as quite a few Democrats vie for the party’s nomination and the right to face Gov. Bruce Rauner, a Republican in his first term who has never passed a budget for the state
The 35th Ward, which covers roughly a third of Logan Square, began its 2018 participatory budgeting cycle on Tuesday, May 23. Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa’s invites residents to form a leadership committee that will spearhead the budgeting effort,
47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar met voters for a Q&A at Revolution Brewing (2323 N Milwaukee Ave.) on Wednesday, April 26, making the case for his bid in an increasingly crowded Democratic gubernatorial primary.
35th Ward Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa was elected in 2015 to become at 26 years old the youngest alderman elected in nearly 50 years. He shared his plans with LoganSquarist.