The race for Rahm in 300 seconds, from Josh Kalven at Progress Illinois

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CHICAGO–The race to replace Rahm was a coming-of-age event for ProgressIllinois, the labor funded site that heavily reported on the Democratic primary contenders. Josh Kalven just posted a 300 second video wrap up on the contest, won by Cook County Board Member Mike Quigley.

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