Mr. Vallas said in Part 1 of the interview, “We’ll make our decision [about a Chicago Mayoral run] before Memorial Day but we are close to giving it the greenlight.”
Part 2 of the interview includes detailed discussions of Vallas’ fixes of CPS’ failing performance amid excessive and growing spending per kid per year; Vallas’ strong support of school choice, his holding the line on pressures by others to raise property taxes and how Paul Vallas would deal with the City’s continuing fiscal decline, including Chicago’s huge and growing pension shortfall.
You can watch Part 2 of the Vallas interview 24/7 by clicking here:
The show featuring Vallas, Part 2, airs on cable in Chicago:
- Saturday, 9:02 am, Ch 21 and
- Sunday, 8:32 am, Ch 19.
The program also airs this week in:
- Aurora: today (Wed.) and Saturday, 6 pm, Ch 10 and in
- Rockford and nearby suburbs: tomorrow (Thur.), 8:30 pm, Ch. 17
You can also watch Part 1 of the interview (dealing solely with Vallas’ fixes of Chicago’s skyrocketing crime problem) 24/7 by clicking here.
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