ENDORSEMENT: Carlos Ramirez-Rosa for 35th Ward alderman

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35th Ward incumbent and candidate Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times

Northwest Side

Four years ago, Carlos Ramirez-Rosa ran an energetic campaign and unseated three-term incumbent Rey Colon to represent a ward that runs through Albany Park, Avondale, Hermosa, Irving Park and Logan Square. Ramirez-Rosa is our pick in this election. Since winning the seat, he has become one of the better-informed aldermen. He seeks out the views of constituents on zoning decisions and in the spending of aldermanic “menu money” for small-scale infrastructure improvements. He’s been an independent voice in the City Council. Amanda Yu Dieterich, a local school council member at Monroe Elementary and a first-time candidate, also is running.



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