The West Side will have to endure another David Medina Jr.-Lourdes Galvan grudge match in coming months.
"Yes, I am running," the former councilwoman said Wednesday. "There's an amazing amount of people asking me to run because they're not getting leadership."
When we reached her on her cell phone, Galvan was heading into an event for senior citizens. A gathering of old folks? Clearly her campaign's rumbling to life.
Galvan and Medina likely will fight to a point of near-exhaustion in District 5, just as they did in the previous two election cycles. When you enter "lourdes galvan" for a Google search, "lourdes galvan david medina" is one of the suggestions that pop up.