At the Table with Lynn Sweet

Our host, Lynn Sweet, was joined by a political panel with Aviva Bowen, Tom Bowen, Becky Carroll, Alden Loury, Natalie Moore and Fran Spielman to discuss Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson’s election victory, plus the 2024 Democratic convention in Chicago.

On the latest episode of At the Table, Lynn Sweet was joined by a panel with political strategists Aviva Bowen and Tom Bowen; political adviser Becky Carroll; WBEZ data projects editor Alden Loury; WBEZ race, class and communities reporter Natalie Moore; and Sun-Times City Hall reporter Fran Spielman.

Sweet and our guests covered the challenges that face Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson, plus Chicago landing the 2024 Democratic National Convention and Kim Foxx not seeking reelection.

Stream the conversation now and stay tuned for next month’s show!

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