Sun-Times runoff endorsements

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City Hall at 121 N. LaSalle Street in Chicago | Colin Boyle/Sun-Times

The runoff election will be held April 2. Expanded early voting begins Monday and will continue through April 1. To find an early-voting location closest to you, go to chicagoelections.com/en/early-voting.html.

A government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, is not required to vote, though it can be helpful if there is any question about a voter’s registration.

Here are runoff endorsements made by the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board:

Mayor: Lori Lightfoot

Treasurer: Ameya Pawar

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