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Judicial Candidates on the ballot in Mecklenburg County

The Mecklenburg County Bar is providing an easy and convenient way for Mecklenburg County voters to learn about the judicial candidates on the November 2012 ballot.  All judicial candidates who will appear on the ballot in Mecklenburg County were invited to submit biographical information, a candidate statement and photo. 

Mecklenburg County Board of Elections - Election Results


 The information linked to below is self-reported by each candidate.

 

NC DISTRICT COURT JUDGE, 26th JUDICIAL DISTRICT

 

(Brown-Williams Seat)

Charlotte Brown-Williams

Tracy Hanna Hewett

 

(Culler Seat)

Jena Culler

Grant Smithson

 

(HandsSeat)

Ty Hands

Jeff Thompson

 

(Hoover Seat)

Donnie Hoover

Alyson G. Traw

 

(Moore Seat)

 Gary L. Henderson

Roy H. Wiggins

 

(Totten Seat)

David Strickland

Kary Church Watson

 

The North Carolina Bar Association is offering information about the 2012 contested races for trial judge based on surveys of active lawyers in North Carolina. Click here to review.  The NC Bar Association has also produced a short video on the importance of knowing your judicial candidates.  View here.

 

 

(Uncontested Seats)

 

 Kimberly Best-Staton 

 

Ronald L. Chapman

 

Karen Eady-Williams

 

Christy Townley Mann

 

Elizabeth T. Trosch

 

Louis A. Trosch, Jr.

 

 


 

NC SUPREME COURT JUDGE

 

(Newby Seat)

Sam J. Ervin IV

Paul Martin Newby

 

 


 

NC COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE

 

(Bryant Seat)

Wanda Bryant

Marty McGee

 

(McGee Seat)

Linda McGee

David S. Robinson

 

(Thigpen Seat)

Chris Dillon

Cressie Thigpen

 


 

NC SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

 

Yvonne Mims Evans

 

Linwood O. Foust

 


 

 

 
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1-29-15 Bar Leadership Dinner featuring Keynote Speaker Anne M. Tompkins
The Bar Leadership Dinner is a celebration of leadership and service provided by Mecklenburg County Bar members & Mecklenburg Bar Foundation supporters.

2-5-15 Lawyers' Luncheon Series - Getting Lost in Our Own Lives: A Presentation by the North Carolina Lawyers Assistance Program
Join your colleagues at a regular monthly luncheon to eat, socialize and hear a high-impact presentation from NCLAP, including a oppotunity for one hour CLE credit. 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. at the Bar & Foundation Center.

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This annual one-day conference engages minority students in a discussion about the legal profession and law-related careers. Featuring Joe Pierce, Charlotte Hornets General Counsel.

 

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