McHenry County attorney Donna Kathryn Kelly ran for a 2nd Appellate Court judgeship.
I didn’t see any literature at the Republican Central Committee distribution day or I would have passed it out in my precinct, as I did for all the candidates who supplied it.
Two days after the election, I received the card in the mail with a first class stamp on it.
The Palatine postmark was January 29th.
So, how did first class mail take just one day short of a week to get delivered?
If I were Donna Kelly, that is what I would put in my letter to the regional Postal Inspector.
Or, maybe the Diane Kelly of Crystal Lake should send the letter. The post card I received had her return address sticker on it.
Such poor delivery is simply outrageous.
Kelly’s electoral performance puts her in a good position to run for judge in McHenry County,
- An experienced appellate attorney
- 7 years as an assistant appellate defender for the Office of the State Appellate Defender, Third District
- Authored dozens of appellate court briefs
- Won numerous cases in the Appellate Court
- Argued and won 2 cases before the Illinois Supreme CourthouseFormer assistant public defender, Kane County
- 15 years experience in the criminal justice system
- Member of the Capital Litigation Bar
- Qualified to prosecute & defend death penalty cases
- 4 years as assistant state’s attorney in McHenry County
- Headed Gang Prosecution Unit
- Author of crime novel “Cop Eyes”
- Graduate of Northern Illinois University College of Law 1994
- Graduated from Marian Central Catholic High School, 1986