Alderman Robert Fioretti (2nd) did not reveal at a City Club of Chicago speech Monday if he would run for mayor in 2015. But, as one of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s most outspoken critics, Fioretti said that he was “honored and encouraged by all the responses that I hear” throughout the city about a possible run.
Fioretti said that if he ran City Hall, he would take a different approach. “If I was mayor,” Fioretti said. “We’d have everybody at the table. We would make things together. We would raise the city up.”