With the official mayoral ballot finally settled, the four major candidates in the race to be Chicago's mayor took part in a spirited forum Thursday evening.
"There's a difference to public service when it is for the benefit of the public versus public service when it endures to the benefit of your own private pocketbook," she said, attacking Rahm Emanuel, who's held two posts in the White House, and Chico, who has gone "from one government appointment to another."
In the candidates' last mayoral forum, Chico agreed with Emanuel when he said he wanted to look at ways to reduce sales tax in the city but include more goods under the tax umbrella. But on Thursday, he criticized Emanuel for the plan, calling it the "single-largest tax increase" the city's ever seen.
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Video highlights of Thursday's forum are posted on WGN-TV's website.