Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 02, 2014
As a life-long resident of Chicago, with more than twelve years of experience in the legal profession, Stephen J. Feldman has announced his candidacy for Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County as an independent, democratic candidate, in the upcoming primary election to be held on March 18, 2014.
Stephen currently divides his time among running his own law firm, being a Hearing Officer in the Administrative Hearings Department of the Illinois Secretary of State, and as an Adjunct Professor at The John Marshall Law School, where he teaches Trial Advocacy.
The core of Stephen’s judicial philosophy is that every case is important. He believes that Judges hold an extremely important position in our government. They are entrusted with the responsibility to make difficult decisions that have a significant impact on a person’s life. Every decision made by a Judge should be based solely on the law and the facts presented, not popular opinion.
Stephen recognizes and understands that the law requires an independent and honorable judiciary, and that Judges comply with the law. In compliance to the law, Stephen J. Feldman does not have, nor has he sought out the endorsement of any elected official or political organization. Stephen’s support comes from the time and effort he has put in to reaching out to the people of Cook County. “I am only asking for the endorsement of the residents of Cook County. It’s the people of our community that I wish to serve,” Feldman says.
As Stephen J. Feldman continues his campaign, it is his goal to personally reach out to as many Cook County residents as possible. If you are interested in contacting him or helping the campaign, please feel free to visit http://www.VoteFeldmanForJudge.com. To receive invitations to events and friendly election reminders, you can subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.VoteFeldmanForJudge.com/subscribe.
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Stephen J. Feldman. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s official website, http://www.elections.il.gov, or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.