Dorothy Brown removed from Chicago mayoral ballot

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CHICAGO — Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Dorothy Brown has been removed from the ballot in the race for Chicago mayor.

The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners ruled Tuesday that Brown did not have the required 12,500 valid signatures on her nominating petition, meaning she did not qualify for the February ballot.

The board also ruled tech entrepreneur Neal Sales-Griffin can appear on the ballot, leaving the field set at 14 candidates for Chicago mayor.

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