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Judge Anne Lazarus Unveils a String of Endorsements

Judge LazarusCandidate for Pennsylvania Supreme Court Anne Lazarus has unveiled a list of endorsements, including State Senators Daylin Leach and Judy Schwank.

Lazarus said that she is “honored to have the support from these individuals and organization ahead of Democratic State Committee weekend,” and “fortunate to be able to call on them for advice and guidance.”

Lazarus was originally appointed by Gov. Casey to serve on the Court of Common Pleas in 1991 and was elected to a ten-year term. Both the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations have given her a “highly recommended” rating.

View the complete list of endorsements below:

Chester County Democratic Committee

State Representative Scott Conklin, Centre County

Mayor Elizabeth Goreham, State College

Mayor Rick Gray, Lancaster

Senator Daylin Leach, Montgomery and Delaware Counties

Senator Judy Schwank, Berks County

Jewell Williams, Philadelphia Sheriff

9 Responses

  1. The list is pathetic. Better to be silent than to make fool of oneself by suggesting that the mayor of State College can deliver a single vote.

  2. Any one who gets Senators Leach and Schwank’s endorsement moves up the standings in my book. Both great public servants of, by and for PA. Congrats, Anne.

  3. Chester County Democratic Committee is an important endorsement, because it puts her on the sample ballots handed out by the party at the poll.s

  4. Leach is just a regular senator from the minority party in the PA Senate. Nobody takes him seriously or cares what he thinks. Not one Democrat who matters thinks Leach is important. That’s why Leach finished a distant 3rd, almost last in his race for congress last year.

  5. Why should a sitting Superior Court judge look for guidance from a mayor of a small town?

  6. Wow – I would hang my head in shame if Senator Daylin Leach were supporting me. Unreasonable, extreme liberal out of touch with reality and the common person.

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