Update: We have included prior disclosures that mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot made as president of the City’s Police Board, as well as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2017 statement. In addition, the story now refers to disclosures as Statements of Financial Interests, in keeping with the practice of the city’s ethics board.

City law requires aspiring aldermen and mayors to disclose information about their finances to the public — and statements of financial interests have begun to roll in as candidates launch their bids for City Hall.

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