Chicago Mayor-elect applauds St. Louis-based grocery store chain.
Voters decide Tuesday who will be Chicago’s first new mayor in 22 years.
Rahm Emanuel’s campaign says the Chicago mayoral candidate has earned another endorsement.
Election officials say nearly 300,000 ballots had been printed without Emanuel’s name.
Polls suggest the former White House chief of staff lead the race to replace retiring Mayor Richard Daley.
The poll shows 44 percent of those surveyed support Emanuel.