Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Gwyn E. Ward Brown campaign website goes live

I had mentioned, in this November 27 post, that Assistant Public Defender Gwyn E. Ward Brown had filed for the O'Neill Burke vacancy in the 10th Subcircuit. At the time, I noted that I'd not yet found any campaign website.

Ward Brown has a campaign website now. That's a link to the site in the preceding sentence; a link has also been added to the blog Sidebar. Ward Brown's campaign bio stresses her work handling post-conviction matters. She writes, "My work consists entirely of trying to free individuals who have been wrongfully convicted. The cases I work on include murder, attempted murder, and other felonies of that degree."

Her campaign bio also notes Ward Brown's active membership in AFSCME Council 31, Local 3315, where she has previously held the position of Steward. A graduate of Marquette undergrad and law school, Ward Brown and her husband have lived in the City of Chicago for nearly 30 years and have owned a home in the Mayfair/Albany Park neighborhood for almost 17 years. She has two daughters and a stepson and is a member of the LaSalle Street Church.

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