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Sun Oct 21, 2012, 06:35 PM

Judicial Races

Greetings...

Strictly FYI...

I went over to "Red State"... that conservative web site, after a google search led me there. I was trying to find out about the Judicial Races and who the more liberal candidates were. We've really got to look out for local elections as the current legislature should have taught us. So I wanted to find out more about the Judicial candidates than just their blurbs in the voter's guide. And they always seem careful not to mention their Lib/Conserv leanings as the Judicial races are supposed to be nonpartisan.

Anyway, "Red State" urged me to vote for Newby, McGee, Robinson, and Dillon.

That means I vote for their competitors. So my ballot will look like this:

NC Supreme Court (Newby seat)

Sam Ervin

NC Court of Appeals (Bryant seat)

Wanda Bryant

NC Court of Appeals (McGee seat)

Linda McGee

NC Court of Appeals (Thigpen seat)

Cressie Thigpen

These are who "Red State" does NOT want you to vote for. They must represent the more liberal candidates. The women and the incumbents, except for the Supreme Court race.

Remember VOTE.... vote for whom you want but VOTE!

That is all....

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Response to AlbertCat (Original post)

Sun Oct 21, 2012, 06:41 PM

1. Correct

My local party voter guide recommends those four as well. If you'd like information on the non-partisan races, your local county Democratic Party HQ should provide you a voter guide for the asking. It's perfectly acceptable to take the guide with you when you cast your ballot.

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Response to AlbertCat (Original post)

Sat Oct 27, 2012, 05:56 PM

2. I received my absentee ballot today, and I really appreciate this information.

I still have to figure out which judges to select in district 10.

Also, soil and water conservation supervisor.

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Response to AlbertCat (Original post)

Wed Oct 31, 2012, 10:03 PM

3. Yes, you voted for the liberals.

Indy has all the libs to vote for in their voter guide.

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