McGuire tops Glennon for 3rd subcircuit judge

  • Written by Bob Rakow

The race for Cook County judge in the 3rd subcircuit wasn’t a close one Tuesday night as Terrance McGuire handily defeated Lauren Brougham Glennon.

With 74 of 76 precincts reporting, McGuire, a lawyer in private practice, had received 2,016 votes to 1,446 ballots cast for Glennon, according to unofficial results.
McGuire, the brother of state Rep. Kelly Burke, was endorsed by numerous labor unions and rated as “qualified” by Chicago’s leading bar associations.
McGuire’s practice is based in Beverly where he specializes in estate planning, probate and real estate transactions. He also serves as an administrative law judge for Cook County and the City of Chicago.
Glennon is a resident of Chicago’s Beverly community and works as prosecuting attorney for the city of Chicago.

The 3rd subcircuit includes Chicago’s Beverly and Mt. Greenwood communities as well as Evergreen Park, Hometown, Oak Lawn, Burbank, Blue Island, Alsip and Summit as well as parts of four Chicago wards.