What employment, if any, other than alderman, do you intend to hold?

General

No response provided

No response provided.

I believe that being an effective alderman is a full-time 60+ hour a week, 52-week a year job, if
done correctly. As such, it will be my only job.

Serving as alderman would be my number one priority

I am focused on winning
my race and have not decided these matters yet

None.

This gives an opportunity for those with no ID to acquire some. I would not put a minimum age
requirement on the application process either. A nominal cost would provide a revenue source for
a designated program and first step approach to establishing citizenship

None. I believe the
aldermanic position in my community requires full-time commitment

I have been a full-time
alderman since being elected to the position and plan on continuing to be.

For me, being an alderman is a full time job and will be treated as such

I am a full time alderman.

At present, my only focus is to serve as Alderman of the 18th Ward and be fully accessible
to my constituents. I hold no other occupation that will interfere or impede with that
obligation.

No response provided

None

Stephen Niketopoulos IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

I would do this as a full time job, in my opinion being an alderman is two full time jobs (ward and council)

None. I will be a full-time alderman with no outside income.

Susan Sadlowski Garza IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

candidate's responce

None. Being a good and accessible alderman is a full-time job

I plan to found a CDL training facility that will provide on the job CDL training at an affordable cost
to local residents

None

None. I am a full time Alderman, often working 80 hours a week to improve our community

No response provided

None. I plan to be a full time, responsive and accessible Alderman with an open door policy and a weekly Ward Night.

None, the Aldermanic
position is a full-time job and I want to dedicate myself wholeheartedly to the constituents of my
ward.

Carlos Ramirez-Rosa IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

I will be a full-time Alderman

I will be a full time alderman, there will be no other jobs

immediately upon becoming Alderman, if elected, I will focus all of my time on rebuilding and
rebranding the 7th ward with a tiered approach
. first moving with a sense of urgency to raise the education level through programs and
workshops, therefore positioning our residents to secure and maintain employment
. secondly concentrate on economic development - providing resources to existing businesses
and identifying creative opportunities to entice new businesses, i.e. tax credits, grace period on
paying fees, reduction on license fees

I will continue to own my hardware stores

Michael E. LaFargue IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

I will retain my real estate license. My utilization of my license during my term of office will be restricted to family.

None—I am a full-time alderman.

None, I would only hold the
Aldermanic position.

I intend to continue my practice as an attorney, although from a management position.

Joseph J. Moseley II IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

N/A

None being an Alderman
is a full time job, it is at least between 60-70 hr a week, and If you are going to hold the office and
be effective, I do not see how you could possibly hold another job.

No response provided

I do not have any
employment that competes with my duties as alderman.

I believe that being an effective alderman is a full-time 60+ hour a week, 52-week a year job, if
done correctly. As such, it will be my only job.

None for my first term. I believe the work to be done in our neighborhood for the first 4 years requires the full time attention of its elected leader.

Chevette A. Valentine IVI-IPO 2015 Chicago City Council

My catering business and restaurant.

I don’t intend to hold any employment other than alderman for at least my first term.