JLN Interviews Renato Mariotti, Democratic Candidate for Attorney General

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

Democratic Attorney General candidate Renato Mariotti stopped by the John Lothian News offices in the Chicago Board of Trade Building on Tuesday, March 6 for a sit down video interview. He has been a John Lothian Newsletter reader since 2012, and he used the market and industry knowledge he gained from reading the newsletter to bolster his success as a federal prosecutor.

Mariotti is a former prosecutor in the US Attorney’s office in Illinois who is seeking election to a public office for the first time and is trying to replace Democratic insider Lisa Madigan. I endorsed Mariotti in JLN last week and this interview gave me a chance to validate even more my decision to endorse this political newcomer.

Videos shot and edited by Mike Forrester

 

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