CHICAGO — Runoff elections held on April 4 will pit Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson against one another to decide the next mayor of Chicago.

It won’t be the only race where city-elected officials were decided.

Several incumbents are fighting for their seats, while a handful of candidates retained their titles Tuesday night and won’t have to worry about a runoff. But several Chicago alderpersons appointed by outgoing Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot are fighting to keep their seats at City Hall.

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WGN’s Jewell Hillery has the story. Watch the full report in the video player above.