2018 Cook County judicial voting guide: 12th subcircuit

In the 12th subcircuit, which covers some of north suburban Cook County, five candidates are vying for one judicial seat. Once elected, there is no difference in responsibility of the countywide judges and subcircuit judges. All voters will have the chance to vote for all countywide candidates, but voters only vote for subcircuit candidates in their own area. Not sure if you live in the 12th subcircuit? Try using this handy map to find out.

2018 Cook County judicial voting guide: 6th subcircuit

In the 6th subcircuit, which covers mostly Chicago’s Northwest Side, eight candidates are vying for three judicial seats. Once elected, there is no difference in responsibility of the countywide judges and subcircuit judges. All voters will have the chance to vote for all countywide candidates, but voters only vote for subcircuit candidates in their own area. Not sure if you live in the 6th subcircuit? Try using this handy map to find out.

2018 Cook County judicial voting guide: 1st subcircuit

In the 1st subcircuit, which covers parts of southeast Chicago, two candidates are vying for one judicial seat. Once elected, there is no difference in responsibility of the countywide judges and subcircuit judges. All voters will have the chance to vote for all countywide candidates, but voters only vote for subcircuit candidates in their own area. Not sure if you live in the 1st subcircuit? Try using this handy map to find out.