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City of Chicago - Office of the Mayor
Official government website provides news and information including Rahm Emanuel's biography, speeches and press releases.
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress - Rahm Emanuel
Short biography along with political party, years of service in Congress and bibliography.
C-SPAN.org - Rahm Emanuel
Videos and transcripts of appearances on C-SPAN.
Charlie Rose - Rahm Emanuel
Video collection of conversations with Rahm Emanuel, starting in 2006.
FEC - Candidate Summary Reports: Rahm Emanuel
Official campaign finance reports and data from the Federal Election Commission.
FollowTheMoney.org - Rahm Emanuel
Campaign financial records as candidate, contributor and officeholder. Variant spellings and information not included. Intended for journalists, scholars and attorneys rather than the general public.
The Guardian - Statements by Barack Obama and Rahm Emanuel
Official statements by President-Elect Barack Obama and his new Chief of Staff upon Rahm Emanuel's appointment.
IMDb - Rahm Emanuel
Lists of film and television appearances along with related videos of the Illinois politician.
The New York Times - Rahm Emanuel News
Ongoing collection of news articles, commentary, photos and multimedia about the U.S. Representative for Illinois.
New York Times - The Brothers Emanuel
1997 profile of Rahm, Ari and Zeke Emanuel by Elisabeth Bumiller.
On the Issues - Illinois Representative Rahm Emanuel
Provides quotes and background on various international, domestic, economic and social issues. Includes profile, contact data, forum and HouseMatch.
OpenSecrets.org - Rahm Emanuel (IL-5)
Career profile of campaign funds raised and spent.
Project Vote Smart - Rahm Emanuel
Provides a biography, committee assignments, campaign finances, voting record, issue positions, interest group ratings, speeches and public statements.
Rahm for Chicago
Official campaign site of the incumbent Democratic candidate in 2015 for Mayor of Chicago.
Wikipedia - Rahm Emanuel
Hyperlinked encyclopedia entry about the Chicago mayor and former Chief of Staff for President Barack Obama and former U.S. Representative for Illinois.
New Republic - Stark Raving Rahm
Interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel on politics in Chicago vs. Washington DC, the Middle East, gentrification and the perils of income-inequality politics. (April 06, 2014)
Wall Street Journal - Rahm Emanuel: 'Do What You Got Elected to Do'
The incoming chief of staff says expect a pragmatic White House. (November 08, 2008)
Newsweek - Inside Obama's Pick for White House Chief of Staff
Inside Barack Obama's selection of Rahm Emanuel as his chief-of-staff. Includes links to related stories. (November 05, 2008)
NPR - Democratic Caucus Chair Rahm Emanuel
Interview with U.S. Representative Rahm Emanuel when he became the Democratic Caucus chairman. Covers his chairmanship of the 2006 Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the book he co-authored, 'The Plan: Big Ideas for America'. (January 11, 2007)
GQ - Kiss the Ring
Interview of Rahm Emanuel by Ryan Lizza, focused on his role in the 2006 midterm elections, followed by an audio podcast discussion with Lizaa, Joe Trippi, Ana Marie Cox, Larry Sabato and Lisa DePaulo. (January 01, 2007)
The Chicago Tribune - The House that Rahm Built
Naftali Bendavid reports on Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago political operative who remade the Democrats in his image and brought them back into power in the 2006 elections. (November 12, 2006)
Washington Post - Fighting for The Spoils
Rahm Emanuel talks about the 2006 midterm campaign and his efforts as chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC). (October 22, 2006)
Fortune - Rahm Emanuel, Pitbull Politician
Nina Easton profiles the chair of the 2006 Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the operations center for House candidates. (September 18, 2006)
PBS Frontline: The Clinton Years - Interview with Rahm Emanuel
Chris Bury interviews Emanuel about his years with Bill Clinton as finance director for the 1992 campaign and then political director and senior advisor at the White House until October 1998. (June 01, 2000)