Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Campaign website launched, May 29 fundraiser set for Joel Chupack

A campaign website has now been launched for 12th Subcircuit Democratic nominee Joel Chupack. That's a link to the site in the preceding sentence; a link has also been added to the blog sidebar.

Chupack will face Republican nominee David Studenroth on the November ballot in that far north suburban subcircuit.

A partner in the Loop firm of Heinrich & Kramer, P.C., Chupack's campaign bio describes his practice as emphasizing real estate, probate and civil litigation matters.

Licensed as an attorney in Illinois since 1982, Chupack is a former President of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers. He has also served as Chair of the Illinois State Bar Association Real Estate Law Section Council and as an ISBA Assembly member. Chupack was a finalist for associate judge in 2016.

Chupack's campaign bio notes that he has "quasi-judicial experience" as a commercial arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association. Over the past 20 years, Chupack has presided over 200 arbitrations, ranging in scope from less than $10,000 to over $20,000,000.

Chupack's supporters have organized a fundraiser for their candidate on Tuesday, May 29, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at aBetter Pour Wine Vault, 6400 W. Touhy Ave., Unit A, Niles.

The Host Committee for event includes Rep. Jonathan Carroll (57th); Hon. Ted Mason, Elk Grove Twp. Committeeman; Maine Twp. Committeeman and Sen. Laura Murphy (28th); Rep. Laura Fine (17th), candidate for State Senate, 9th Dist.; Bob Morgan, candidate for State Representative, 58th Dist., Hon. Elaine Nekritz (ret.); Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, candidate for State Representative, 17th Dist.; Sen. Julie Morrison (29th); Hon. James “Jamie” Shapiro (ret.), 8th Judicial Subcircuit Candidate; Lindsay Hugé, 8th Judicial Subcircuit Candidate; Hon. Dean T. Maragos, New Trier Twp. Committeeman; Hon. Tracy Katz Muhl, Northfield Twp. Committeeman; Hon. Mark Walker, Wheeling Twp. Committeeman and candidate for State Representative, 53rd Dist.; and Ann Gillespie, candidate for State Senate, 27th District.

Tickets for the event are $100 each, but sponsorships are available (Circuit - $250, Appellate - $500, Supreme - $1,000, Chief Justice - $2,500). For more information about the event, or to reserve tickets, email Sarah at Tickets may also be ordered online at this link.

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