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Topic - Kyle Hillman
"They are not happy but at the same time I am quite surprised how little public pushback they have had to muster and how little support they have gotten from the Chicago public," Mr. Hillman said. "We don't have the Ohio or the Wisconsin rallies of the general public going out and saying you have to stop this. It's quite the opposite feel. A lot of people here support these changes and [Mr. Emanuel has] actually been really smart about how he's putting this before the public."
Chicago political consultant Kyle Hillman says Mr. Emanuel is having an easier time pushing through reforms during the honeymoon phase of his mayorship because he raised much of his political money from outside of the city, making him less beholden to a traditional constituency.