Why I’m Voting for Jordan Yeager for Judge

A campaign to ensure justice for all.

Tomorrow, residents of Bucks County head to the polls to vote in the Pennsylvania primaries. One of the most important races on the ballot is for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. I encourage you to cast your vote for Jordan Yeager for this vital judicial role.

I have had the pleasure and privilege of helping Jordan’s campaign as a communication strategist and photographer. I know Jordan to be thoughtful, compassionate, fair and, above all, human. He was raised in Bucks County and used his personal experience growing up to dedicate his career pursuing justice for all.

Jordan is a tireless advocate for the environment and the powerless. He has broad litigation experience across the many types of cases that come before the Court of Common Pleas. His work has earned him the distinction as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer and an entry in the history books when he won the first case in history to have a state law declared unconstitutional because it violated the environmental rights of Pennsylvania residents.

Jordan has been overwhelmingly endorsed by a who’s who of organizations and politicos — including the Conservation Voters of PA, which, for the first time in its 10 year history, has backed a candidate for the Court of Common Pleas. I join them with my full and unequivocal support for Jordan Yeager. I encourage you to give Jordan your support, too.

Judicial candidates are cross-filed, so they will appear on both sides of the ballot:

DEMOCRATS, push 11A
REPUBLICANS, push 7B

Every vote is crucial tomorrow. Cast yours for Jordan Yeager to ensure a future of justice for all.


Originally published at http://maneydigital.com on May 20, 2019.

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