Ray Suarez, 31st Ward | Politics | Chicago Reader

Ray Suarez, 31st Ward 

ENTERED OFFICE: 1991, winning an open seat after predecessor Raymond Figueroa decided not to run

PREVIOUS LIFE: Streets & San deputy commissioner

M.O.: Tears into city officials before reformers have a chance, clearing way for mayor to do what he wants

COUNCIL ROLE: Chairs committee on housing and real estate, collects contributions from figures in housing and real estate

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