Milly Santiago unseated longtime 31st Ward alderman Regner "Ray" Suarez in 2015. This election cycle, as large developments like The Fields pop up in the area, Santiago and her challengers are tasked with maintaining affordability and spurring economic development in the majority-Latino 31st Ward, which includes parts of Logan Square, Hermosa and Belmont Cragin.
To win, candidates must receive more than 50 percent of the vote. If no candidate reaches that threshold, the top two candidates will advance to a run off on April 2.
Percentages are based on the available ballots tallied by the Chicago Board of Elections. Percentages listed do not indicate a winner until all ballots are counted.
Source: Chicago Board of Elections. Results are unofficial until certified on March 13.
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