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Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Town Hall Meeting for judicial candidates Saturday, February 27
The Chicago Citizen Newspaper is sponsoring a Town Hall Meeting for Cook County Judicial candidates this Saturday, February 27, from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at the QBG Foundation/ Chicago Citizen Newspaper Building, 806 E. 78th Street.
The candidates pictured above have all registered to speak at the event, according to Citizen Managing Editor Larissa M. Tyler, who added that judicial candidates who did not register are still invited to come to the event, hand out their literature, and "meet the community."
This is the third election cycle in which the Citizen has sponsored a judicial candidate forum, Tyler said. Judge LaGuina Clay-Herron will speak at the event and Judge Lewis M. Nixon, the Supervising Judge of the Mortgage Foreclosure/ Mechanics Lien Section of the Chancery Division, will again serve as moderator and timekeeper, ensuring that all the registered candidates have an opportunity to be heard.
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