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Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle appear to be headed to the mayoral runoff as Chicago voters cast their ballots for mayor on Tuesday. Other races included city clerk, city treasurer and 50 aldermen.

Fourteen people were running for mayor of Chicago. It was an unprecedented number of candidates and with no incumbent, the race was wide open. Gery Chico was the first to concede Tuesday evening followed by Garry McCarthy, Susana Mendoza, Amara Enyia, Paul Vallas and Bill Daley.

The runoff will be on April 2.

Polls closed at 7 p.m.  Election officials said the city had low voter turnout. The latest results can be found at

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