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

Watch the second of two mayoral forums hosted by the Sun-Times, WBEZ and University of Chicago, featuring mayoral candidates Roderick Sawyer and Ja’Mal Green

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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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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.

Mayoral candidates Roderick Sawyer and Ja’Mal Green are expected to attend. Brandon Johnson and Willie Wilson were invited but are not attending.

Part one of the forum took place Feb. 8 and featured incumbent Mayor Lori Lightfoot and mayoral candidates Chuy Garcia, Paul Vallas, Kam Buckner and Sophia King. Catch up here if you missed it.

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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