1. Rahm Emanuel Kindly Gives Angry Chicagoans An Opportunity To Vote Against Him Once Again

By failing to amass more than 50 percent of the vote in Chicago's mayoral election yesterday, Rahm Emanuel became the city's first sitting mayor to be forced into a runoff election. This means Emanuel will likely be pressured in acknowledging the existence and personhood of his runoff opponent Jesus "Chuy" Garcia. Worse yet, he will probably have to take the wants of voters into consideration.