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County Commissioner Larry Suffredin and Evanston Major Steve Hagerty Endorse Judge Cushing

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October 21, 2019

For Immediate Release (Download Here)

Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin (D, 13th Dist.) and Evanston Mayor Steve Hagerty recently pledged their support for Judge Thomas M. Cushing’s campaign for a spot on the Circuit Court from the 9th Judicial Subcircuit.  Earning the endorsements of these two local leaders in his hometown of Evanston promises to be a great asset for Judge Cushing.

The Supreme Court unanimously appointed Cushing Judge on the Circuit Court of Cook County earlier this year to serve out an unexpired term.  He is running to secure his own seat in the Democratic primary on March 17, 2020.  Voters in the 9th Subcircuit, which includes Evanston, Rogers Park, Wilmette, Skokie, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove and parts of adjacent communities, will be able to vote for Cushing in the primary.

“I am running hard all across the 9th,” said Judge Cushing, “from Evanston where I have raised my family for 27 years, to Edgebrook where I grew up, to Wilmette where I went to high school, to Rogers Park where my parents were educated and married.  I recognize the great honor of the endorsements of Commissioner Suffredin and Mayor Hagerty, two highly respected leaders in Evanston.  I value the support of these proven, independent public servants.”  Larry Suffredin, Commissioner since 2002, is a widely respected, independent voice on the County Board.  Hagerty earned the endorsement of his three predecessors in the Evanston mayor’s office when he won the post in 2017.

Judge Cushing first served in the Traffic Division of the First Municipal District of the Circuit Court, and now is assigned to the Domestic Violence Division where he hears civil and criminal cases to secure orders of protection for victims of family violence.  He is running to fill the Axelrood vacancy in the 9th Subcircuit in the March 17, 2020 Democratic primary.  “I intend to continue to serve with integrity, to bring fair justice to all the people of the county,” Cushing pledged.

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