Taxes front and center in Suttle, Stothert tussle

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Posted: Monday, May 6, 2013 12:00 am

Jim Suttle and Jean Stothert continued to tussle over taxes Sunday as the two Omaha mayoral candidates marked the start of the 10-day sprint to the election.

Suttle accused Stothert of relying on “magic” when talking about her plans for the city budget and when criticizing him for raising taxes as mayor. Stothert accused Suttle of breaking a campaign promise made during his first mayoral bid, when he vowed to lower property taxes.

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