For some aldermen, city hall actions follow them on campaign trail

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A recent tribune poll showed Chicago voters are still unsure about Rahm Emanuel’s performance as mayor - even though city council votes in his favor most of the time.

What about those who dare to defy the city's most powerful politician?

This election season , one group of progressive aldermen is finding out that what happens at city hall, is following them on the campaign trail.

WGN’s Paul Lisnek explains.

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