Daley's decision leaves Emanuel in a tough spot
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Daley's decision leaves Emanuel in a tough spot

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says he will not endorse anyone to replace him as speculation grew about who would emerge as a front-runner from a long list of potential contenders, including current White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel. (Sept. 8) (The Associated Press)

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