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Emanuel's critics scurry to find 2015 challenger

FILE - In this Oct. 11, 2010, file photo Rahm Emanuel shakes hands along the route of the annual Columbus Day parade as he prepares to run for mayor in Chicago. Emanuel swept into the mayor’s office with support from across the city, a nod from favorite son Barack Obama and a promise, some might say a threat, to tackle Chicago’s many problems with the same ferocity that made him at times feared in national politics. Almost four years into his term, the former White House chief of staff has been true to his word. And along the way, he’s ticked off enough people to expect, by most accounts, a serious challenge when he seeks a second term early next year. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)CHICAGO (AP) — Rahm Emanuel swept into the Chicago mayor’s office with support from across the city, a nod from favorite son Barack Obama and a promise — some might say a threat — to tackle Chicago’s many problems with the same ferocity that made him at times feared in national politics.

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