After the first day of filing, there are two candidates for the countywide Hogan vacancy, Judge Alison Conlon and Assistant State's Attorney Michael I. O'Malley. The links in the preceding sentence are to earlier FWIW posts about these two candidates.
Brendan A. O'Brien has so far attracted one challenger in his bid for the countywide Love vacancy. The challenger is South Side attorney Gregory Raymond LaPapa. LaPapa filed for a countywide vacancy in the 2014 primary, too, but was knocked off the ballot. LaPapa has been licensed in Illinois since 1987.
Two first-time candidates have filed to oppose Judge Daniel Patrick Duffy for the countywide Ruscitti Grussel vacancy, Oak Lawn personal injury attorney William S. Wojcik and Loop PI attorney John E. Marszalek.
According to ARDC, Wojcik has been licensed in Illinois since 1980. He has no campaign website as of yet, but I have found his firm website. Marszalek has been licensed in Illinois since 1976. He also has no campaign website at this point, but this is his firm website.
How the "first-come, first serve rule" applies in Illinois auto liability cases - It happens all too frequently in the real world: The at-fault driver causes damage to multiple vehicles, careening off this one, into that one, his vehicle...
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