Here's where you can pick up a judicial voter guide across the south suburbs
The HWH is distributing 4,000 copies of a nonpartisan judicial voter guide produced by Injustice Watch ahead of the June 28 primary.
Even when many Cook County judges hold controversial records, some easily glide to reelection. That’s because not many people know that Cook County judges are elected.
Injustice Watch, a nonpartisan Chicago-based newsroom that covers the County judicial system, produced a voter guide exclusively about 2022 judicial candidates—all 75 of them. And, they’re vying for 29 seats.
IW’s guide includes who’s on the ballot, who’s funding their campaign, and more. The HWH got 4,000 physical copies of the guide, printed here in Harvey at the Blue Island Newspaper Printing press.
Here’s where you can snag a copy in Harvey and other south suburbs ahead of the June 28 primary. This list will be updated regularly:
City Hall of Harvey
15320 Broadway Avenue, Harvey, IL
Harvey Post Office
15441 Center Avenue, Harvey, IL
168 East 154th Street, Harvey, IL
Harvey Pace Bus Transportation Center
154th Street and Park Avenue, Harvey, IL
206 East 154th Street, Harvey, IL
Harvey Public Library
15441 Turlington Avenue, Harvey, IL
Harvey Park District
15335 Broadway Avenue, Harvey, IL
Harvey Boxing Club
15331 Broadway Avenue, Harvey, IL
174 East 154th Street, Harvey, IL
Profiles II Barbershop
503 East 153rd Street, Phoenix, IL
515 East 153rd Street, Phoenix, IL
Citgo Gas Station
15221 Halsted Street, Phoenix, IL
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