Thursday, September 14, 2017

David Studenroth to seek Republican nomination for Maki vacancy in 12th Subcircuit

David Studenroth has announced plans to seek the Maki vacancy in the north suburban 12th Subcircuit. His supporters have now launched a campaign wesbiste boosting his candidacy. That's a link to the site in the preceding sentence; a link has also been added to the blog Sidebar.

Studenroth has been licensed in Illinois since 1987, according to ARDC. A Glenview resident, Studenroth maintains a law office in Park Ridge, handling criminal defense and civil matters.

According to his campaign biography, Studenroth entered private practice in 1998, after extensive service with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office prosecuting gang crimes. This past June, Studenroth received the Illinois State Crime Commission's 2017 Jim Ryan Award for Public Integrity.

In addition to practicing law, Studenroth has coached football for the Glenview Jr. Titans and both boys and girls basketball for the Glenview Park District. Married, with three children, Studenroth and his wife just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary this week. FWIW readers will recall that Studenroth lost a close race in the 12th Subcircuit in the 2016 general election.

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