Chicago Newsroom 2/21/19 by Chicago Newsroom published on 2019-02-21T23:20:29Z WGN-TV's Tahman Bradley and the Daily Line's Heather Cherone join Ken Davis for a final analysis of next week's municipal election. They agree that Chicago should brace itself for a long night next Tuesday because the two candidates emerging in the Mayoral runoff might not be known for a week or two if neither commands a clear, decisive victory. This is due in large part to the fact that more than sixty-thousand mail-in ballots have been requested, and they won't be counted until after election day. So, if the top vote-getters fail to score enough votes to make the potential mail-in vote irrelevant, we'll all have to wait - possibly two weeks - until the mail-in votes are counted. In addition, there are as many as a dozen hotly contested Aldermanic races, many of which could also end up in a runoff - all of which adds to the intrigue of Chicago's second-only runoff-style election. This program was produced by Chicago Access Television.