Wednesday marks Toni Preckwinkle's 100th day in office as the President of the Cook County Board.
At an 11 a.m. press conference with several of her senior advisors, Preckwinkle spoke about her accomplishments and challenges and released what her office called a "formal 100 day report card."
She said that while there's been some successes, many challenges lie ahead.
In advance of the milestone, Preckwinkle sat down to a series of interviews with the Chicago Sun-Times.
In them, she talks about the difference between governing a single city ward and the entire county, what she deems as her greatest accomplishment in her short time in office, her personal leadership style and some plans for the future.