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Chicago mayoral candidate says he’ll fire city’s top cop if he’s elected

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Early voting for next month Chicago Mayoral elections begin on Thursday.

City residents will be able to vote early at the Clark and Lake supersite and at the board of directors offices at 69 West Washington.

Voters who choose the “By post” option can deliver their ballots to the same places.

Mayoral candidates are still working to convince undecided voters. A favorite, Paul Vallas, stopped by Chinatown Wednesday to discuss crime and get rid of the current top cop.

“The first thing I’m going to do when I come in is replace Brown and his leadership team,” Vallas said. “There are officers there who deserve to join the leadership ranks and they will have confidence in the rank-and-file officers.”

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Television announcements for candidate and Congressman Chuy Garcia began on Tuesday.

“It’s time to return to a safer Chicago now, eliminating more cops on the streets and illegal guns,” Garcia said in his announcement.

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Good Day Chicago has hosted mayoral candidates. Alderman Sophia King was Wednesday morning.

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Written by Natalia Chi

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