Candidate Erika Harold for Illinois Attorney General tip-toes around her views on same-sex marriage

John Williams

In this Sept. 19, 2017, photo, Erika Harold speaks to The City Club of Chicago, in Chicago. Harold, a Republican, is running for Illinois Attorney General next year, after AG Lisa Madigan’s sudden announcement that she wouldn’t seek a fifth term. (AP Photo by Sophia Tareen)

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Candidate Erika Harold for Illinois Attorney General joins John Williams to explain how her opponent, Kwame Raoul, makes false claims in his attack ad on Harold. Then, John and Steve try to find out if Erika supports same-sex marriage.

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