CHICAGO -- Early voting is over with in this year's municipal election, and in terms of the turnout, this year's could outdo the last mayoral election of 2011 by about 10,000 ballots.
All five candidates were out stumping Saturday, the last Saturday before Tuesday's election.
Bob Fioretti, Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, William "Dock" Walls and Willie Wilson are all looking to oust incumbent Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
To avoid a runoff election, Emanuel would need a 50 percent-plus-1 simple majority. And while Emanuel certainly hopes that's likely, to harken back to the old Tribune headline of "Dewey Defeats Truman," it isn't over, 'til it's over.