Economic Interest Statements (EIS) from candidates for top Cook County executive positions released to The Daily Line this week cast a little light on hopefuls. The disclosure form only applies to economic activity from the preceding calendar year, does not require candidates to disclose dollar amounts of gains or payments from outside work or holdings, and does not require disclosure of lobbying other units of government like the state or city of Chicago.

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