Top Democrat Forced Out of Office In Historic Vote

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Radical left-wing Chicago Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot has officially lost her bid for re-election following a disaster term in office.

Chicago has been plague with crime with Lightfoot doubled-down on calls to dismantle and defund the police force.

Lightfoot says she is standing with her “head held high” despite the clear message from unhappy voters.

“I will be rooting and praying for the next mayor of Chicago,” Lightfoot said.

The two candidates are advancing to the runoff race. This includes former schools CEO Paul Vallas and Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson.

On social media, Lightfoot said, “Serving as your mayor has been the honor of a lifetime, and I am so grateful to all of you who have stood beside me these last four years.”

A staggering number of Americans were killed in Chicago under Lightfoot’s rule. It’s being called a “generational high” in murder.

Also, there was a significant increase in robberies, muggings, carjackings, and other property crimes.

Lightfoot apparently still hasn’t learned her lesson, claiming that “we’ve made significant progress building a safer, more equitable city.”

“I thank each and every one of you for believing in me,” she concluded.