Republican Judicial Candidates Will Be Placed On Ballot

Posted On February 4, 2020

Our four judicial candidates are ready to turn our courts more conservative. Thanks to all of you, our two Supreme Court candidates, Kerry Morris and Ned Fuller, and our two Court of Appeals candidates Barbara Johnson and Gertrude Lee, have exceeded the number of required signatures needed to place their names on the judicial ballot.

Signature collections for our candidates were a huge success. Thank you all!

Because of you, we are on the way to getting more conservative judges and justices who hold our values dear and know the law.

The next step is for the candidates to collect 1,253 individual $5 contributions.

State law requires this because our  Republican statewide judicial candidates have decided on public financing for their campaigns instead on seeking private donations and contributions from other sources. The four candidates will need these contributions as part of the electoral process. The collected money will go  to the Public Election Fund.

Thank you all again for your drive and commitment as we work together to turn our state red.

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