Chicago union rivals at impasse over who takes office

07/1/2004 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Incumbent Chicago Teachers Union head Deborah Lynch has changed the locks at the union offices to bar Marilyn Stewart, who won a June 11 runoff election recently invalidated by a union committee due to alleged ballot irregularities, from entering the building. Stewart maintains she was duly elected and has vowed to take office this morning.

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