Murray Announces Bid for Superior Court

mary-murrayJudge Mary P. Murray is throwing her hat into the ring.

The Magisterial District Court Judge will be running as a Republican for a seat on Pennsylvania’s Superior Court.

Her jurisdiction covers Coraopolis Borough as well as the townships of Moon, Crescent and Neville Island in Allegheny County.

“Through the years, I have met many challenges in my courtroom in Southwestern Pennsylvania and I am now excited to meet the people throughout the state and offer my experience and values,” Judge Murray stated. “I am looking forward to sharing my common sense message with voters.”

“I have a broad background in the law which serves me everyday on the bench,” she continued. “I believe my experience, my temperament and my legal knowledge will make me a strong addition to the Superior Court.”

State Representative Mark Mustio will serve as the Honorary Chair of her campaign committee.

Judge Mary Murray is a graduate of Duquesne University, holding a J.D. and M.B.A., along with a B.A./B.S. in Marketing.

16 Responses

  1. Chuck Porter has no class. He needs to let go of the jealousy he has for his cousin Steve and grow up.

  2. Murray does not stand a chance at getting the endorsement; therefore, she does not stand a chance to win. There are 10 people running.

  3. You’re right. Tell the diminutive little !@$&-€#¥£?! to get off his knees.

  4. I can’t believe my cousin, Stevie junior did her. Ugh. Well, anything for a vote, I guess.

  5. Following in the footsteps of Emeritus Judge John T Bender by going from Magisterial District Court to Superior Court. Too hard to win as an Allegheny Common Pleas Judge as a Republican!!

  6. She’s so smart that she sent Christmas cards to the committee members and her last name was spelled wrong!!!

  7. “I have met many challenges in my courtroom…”

    Those landlord/tenant hearings can get pretty complicated.

  8. Why? She got a taste of bribery as a JP. What else do you need to qualify got PA Supremes?

  9. Doesn’t she think she should get some Common Pleas court experience before running for PA Supreme Court?

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