Voting for a local judge means making a choice. You have a choice and a chance to pick the best qualified candidate for office regardless of party in the general election on Nov. 3. Elections for judges can present difficult choices for voters who may not know the candidates. This year on your ballot, there are two candidates for Judge of Montgomery County Superior Court II. Christopher Redmaster, running as an independent candidate, stands out for his good judgment and for his legal experience in the courtroom. I encourage you to take a few moments to learn about the candidates before you cast your ballot.
Redmaster has the insight, the temperament, the experience and the skills for the job. It is a tough job. A judge must be impartial, independent and fair. I have practiced in this county for more than 30 years and during much of that time have had the opportunity to observe Redmaster’s work as a lawyer. I have observed him in the courtroom and out of it. Over the years he has shown that he is well-informed about the law, that he works hard, that he works with integrity and that he treats everyone with respect. Those are good qualities for a judge.
I hope that you will select Redmaster. He has the maturity and experience needed to be a thoughtful, fair and independent judge of the Montgomery County Superior Court II.