Vote on Tuesday November 3rd for Democratic candidates for PA Supreme Court, Superior Court, and Commonwealth Court

Please vote on November 3rd and call your family and friends and ask them to vote for the Democratic candidates for judge.

After the 2010 census, Pennsylvania’s congressional districts will be redrawn. Your vote for Judge Jack Panella for Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice is critical to Pennsylvania’s Democratic delegation to Congress.

Most of us will never stand in front of a judge in a courtroom. But it’s important that people in that situation should be facing an ethical judge who respects working people, not just powerful corporations. We’ve seen that in these trying economic times, judges around the country have acted as a last defense for working families.

Now, it’s time for Pennsylvanians to elect judges to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court.

Working America is supporting Judge Jack Panella for Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Jack Panella has a strong record of siding with working families on the court. We know we can trust him because he has made ethics central to his career, having overseen judicial discipline and conduct in the state.

We are supporting the following candidates:



 Judge Jack Panella

Judge Robert Colville
Judge Anne E. Lazarus
Kevin McCarthy
Judge Teresa Sarmina

Vote Yes:
For Retention of Judge Kate Ford Elliott

Barbara B. Ernsberger
Linda Judson

Vote Yes:
For Retention of Judge Dan Pellegrini

How you vote is a personal decision, but Working America
believes these are the candidates we can count on to be there
for working families and ensure working people have a voice on
the job.

We hope you’ll get out and vote for Judge Panella and the rest
of our endorsed candidates.

Working America

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