Watch: Sun-Times, WBEZ and U Chicago host Chicago mayoral forum

Watch the first of two mayoral forums hosted by the Sun-Times, WBEZ and University of Chicago, featuring incumbent Mayor Lori Lightfoot and mayoral candidates Chuy Garcia, Paul Vallas, Kam Buckner and Sophia King.

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The Sun-Times and WBEZ to host all nine candidates in two forums on Feb. 8 and Feb. 9.

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View our complete Voter Guide which includes a mayoral questionnaire, candidate quiz, details on every City Council candidate, ballot info and more: elections.suntimes.com

The Chicago Sun-Times, WBEZ and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics are bringing Chicago’s mayoral candidates together to answer your questions.

The Feb. 8 forum will take place at UIC Student Center East at 11 a.m. and the livestream can be viewed below. Voters can also listen to the forum at wbez.org/live.

Tune in again on Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. to hear from mayoral candidates Brandon Johnson, Willie Wilson, Roderick Sawyer and Ja’Mal Green.

Chicago voters looking for more information on the Feb. 28 mayoral election can check out the Sun-Times and WBEZ election guide, which includes a quiz to find your mayoral match, a tool to explore your ballot, and candidate’s answers to 23 questions on Chicagoan’s minds.

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