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Orsey Wins 3rd Vice President and Full Results from the ISBA Election

Dennis Orsey
Dennis Orsey
Dennis J. Orsey won the race for third vice-president of the Illinois Bar Association, and Julie A. Johnson and Shawn Kasserman won Cook County seats on the Board of Governors. Alisha Biesinger won the race for the Under Age 37 Outside Cook County seat on the Board, and Anna P. Krolikowska and Sarah M. LeRose won the seats for Under Age 37 Cook County.

Third Vice-President - 1 to be elected

  • Lisa M. Nyuli, 1,884
  • Dennis J. Orsey, 1,936

Board of Governors

Cook - 2 to be elected

  • Julie A. Johnson f/k/a Neubauer, 759
  • Mark L. Karno, 574
  • Shawn Kasserman, 898
  • Daniel R. Saeedi, 597

Under Age 37 Outside of Cook County - 1 to be elected

  • Alisha Biesinger, 1,150
  • Emily J. Rapp, 762

Under Age 37 Cook County - 2 to be elected

  • Anna P. Krolikowska, 971
  • Sarah M. LeRose, 887
  • Dennis M. Lynch, 736

Assembly

Cook County - 21 to be elected

  • Patrick C. Anderson, 336
  • Paul M. Bach, 346
  • Patrice Ball-Reed, 662
  • Frank A. Battaglia, 590
  • Dennis Burke, 788
  • Leonore Carlson, 353
  • Joel L. Chupack, 455
  • Umberto Davi, 906
  • Michael V. Favia, 542
  • Eugene F. Friedman, 364
  • Anthony D. Gattuso, 328
  • Ashanti Madlock Henderson, 364
  • David P. Huber, 414
  • Elizabeth A. Kaveny, 743
  • Stephen M. Komie, 796
  • Melinda M. Lange, 364
  • David H. Latarski, 240
  • Bruno Ronald Marasso, 413
  • Erica Crohn Minchella, 585
  • Paul G. O'Toole, 412
  • J. Damian Ortiz, 424
  • Patricia Pantoja, 345
  • Chloe¢ G. Pedersen, 422
  • Masah Renwick, 326
  • Marie Sarantakis, 500
  • Evan Schanerberger, 265
  • Judie L. Smith, 426
  • Craig J. Squillace, 450
  • Edna Turkington-Viktora, 394
  • Kevin T. Veugeler, 281
  • Michael Vojta, 369
  • Cory White, 359
Posted on May 05, 2017 by Sara Anderson | Comments (3)
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abysmally sad that so few members voted for president. under 4000 of us bothered to choose the next president. there are over 30k of us in the isba. why is it that so few vote??
Don't have a good answer to a good question. When I tell non-lawyer friends about the incredibly low turnout of lawyers who don't have to leave their desks to vote for their leadership, they find it incredible.
Although the ISBA is a great organization; it is indeed sad that the vast majority of membership are apothetic.

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