November Newsletter

Chantelle started off her October at the Villa Park Autumn Jubilee!

Chantelle took her courtroom team to visit a local substance abuse treatment facility in our community. She had the amazing opportunity to discuss ways they can work together to provide resources for recovery to the young people that come through her courtroom.

Chantelle was featured on NBC 5 Chicago for her marathon journey in 2022. She ran for the charity Mercy Home, which provides young people who have experienced abused, neglect, or violence a safe home, educational support, and career guidance.

As a bonus, you might have seen Chantelle's finishing photo on the marathon banners along the route.

2022 Chicago Marathon Journey

She then made her way to the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in Bensenville! She spent her day enjoying the music and food!

Chantelle was invited by the Supreme Court of Illinois Judicial College to be a faculty presenter at the 2024 Judicial Education Conference. She will be presenting on Child Protection Law.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children involved in child protection cases. Chantelle had the honor of swearing in the newest class of volunteers.

Chantelle is a first-time kindergarten parent and she was able to join the PTA and host a table at the Fall Festival! The kids had a great time spinning the wheel and winning a prize!

Chantelle attended an event hosted by the United Hellenic Voters of America (UHVA) as they honored her colleague, Judge Demetrious Panoushis.

Huge thank you to the Laborers' Local 68 for providing an amazing venue and food for Chantelle's birthday trivia night! We are also so grateful to our other sponsors, LIUNA, IBEW Local 701, SMART Local 265, Painter's District Counsel No. 30, IUOE Local 150, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters Midwest District, and the Carpenters Local Union 58!

It was an amazing evening at CASA of Dupage's Pearl Gala. Chantelle has been heavily involved in CASA as she worked with CASA for 17 years as an attorney and on the board of Illinois CASA.

Chantelle attended an event hosted by the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) where she had the privilege of listening to the stories of families who have tragically lost their loved ones.

Chantelle celebrated Stacy McCullough receiving the DuPage County Bar Association (DCBA) Pro Bono Award. She then headed over to the Justinian Society of Lawyers' Halloween Charity Ball that supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital where she found Judge Leah Setzen and Judge Jennifer Barron!

Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who walked with us and gathered signatures for Judge Chantelle Porter! We had so much support and could not have accomplished this without all of your help. It was an incredible experience walking in all communities across Subcircuit 1, meeting so many community members with questions about the judiciary! We look forward to speaking with more of you as we make our way down the campaign trail.

Meet and Greet!

Renato and Jamie Mariotti are hosting a meet and greet with Judge Chantelle Porter, Judge Jennifer Barron, and Judge Leah Setzen on November 29th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 1136 Jane Avenue in Naperville. This is a free event, so please join us! This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about your judges.


A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board's official website or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois. Contributions or gifts to the organization are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

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