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New Panelists join our presidential forum next week

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We've added new panelists to next week's Chicago Forward: Windy City White House, a panel discussion that examines Chicago's role in presidential politics.

U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock and nationally syndicated columnists Jonah Goldberg and Leonard Pitts Jr. will join former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley, former Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar, and businesswoman Christie Hefner of the Center for American Progress in conversation about the 2012 presidential campaign with the Tribune's Bruce Dold.

With the GOP convention in the rearview mirror, and as Democratic leaders begin their convention picks in south Carolina, we're gearing up to talk with you and with leaders on both sides of the political aisle about the 2012 campaign.

Chicago Forward: Windy City White House 2012, begins at 6 p.m. next Monday, Sept. 10, in the Field Museum, 1400 S. Lake Shore Dr.

The event is one of the Chicago Tribune’s regular public Chicago Forward forums to discuss issues of importance to Chicago and the region. It’s sponsored by ComEd, and you can get $15 tickets online here, which include both the conversation and a chance to mingle afterward. 

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