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Rahm Emanuel kicking off mayoral petition drive Saturday

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WASHINGTON--Chicago mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel, the former White House chief of staff, is kicking off his petition drive on Saturday. An e-mail appeal he sent out to volunteers on Friday asks folks to start passing is petitions this weekend. Candidates for Chicago's Feb. 5, 2011 non-partisan primary need to file at least 12,500 signatures of registered voters by Nov. 22. Petitions can be filed as early as Nov. 15.

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