Judge Jessica’s Campaign Continues Full Steam Ahead with Two Weeks to Go to Primary

With less than two weeks to go until the June 28, 2022 primary election, Judge Jessica Colón-Sayre’s campaign for Circuit Court is continuing to pull out all the stops.


Though she does not have an opponent in the Democratic primary, Judge Jessica’s campaign committee has been fully committed to laying the groundwork for the general election, building a general election war chest by holding three major fundraisers (a “Campaign Kick-Off Fundraiser” in Joliet, a “Hometown Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser” in Crete, and a “Meet & Greet Fundraiser” in Romeoville) and finding other sources of donations, securing the endorsement of members of law enforcement, labor unions, elected officials across Will County, and more, and attending events across Will County, including a sponsorship of BeActive 2022, hosted by NAMI Will-Grundy. The organization is committed to bringing mental health awareness and helping those in need, an issue close to Judge Jessica’s heart.


Instead of the heated rhetoric that many expect out of campaigns, Judge Jessica remains committed to focusing on what matters. She believes that politics has no place in our justice system, and that judges need to see both sides of an issue to make a fair ruling. Our justice system needs to keep our communities safer, each and every day.


As a judge, she’s worked to make the justice system less confusing for everyday people so that everybody gets a fair shot and their day in court. And she’s never wavered at making the hard decisions.


In the general election, Judge Jessica’s campaign committee intends to conduct a vigorous and positive campaign focused on the issue that matters most to Will County voters and the judiciary: how Judge Jessica Colón-Sayre has the experience, temperament, and commitment to the rule of law that will make her an exceptional Circuit Court Judge.


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