Black Officials Still Working To Find 'Consensus Candidate'

12/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

A coalition of politicians and community leaders hopes to announce a consensus black candidate on Tuesday for the upcoming Chicago mayoral race, and to help make that decision, the group held a candidates forum Saturday.

Eleven black candidates attended the forum, held at Bethel AME Church on the city's South Side, to make their pitches to the hundreds of people who packed the church's auditorium.

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