In Chicago, calls for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to resign are growing, and a state legislator is trying to force the issue:

It might be an uphill battle:

The proposal would allow a recall election to be initiated by a petition with signatures totaling at least 15 percent of the total votes cast in the previous mayoral election, with at least 50 signatures from each Chicago ward. Challengers would need 12,500 signatures to get on the ballot.

Ford’s plan faces a difficult road, including approval from the Democratic-majority House and Senate.

You never know:

The circle of life, Chicago politics-style!