While serving as district judge, Judge Perdue has demonstrated that he is now and will continue to be firm with fairness and respect to all who come before him.
Let's vote to keep Judge Perdue!
Vote Neal for judge
On Tuesday, Nov. 6, we will go to the polls to cast a very important vote. I ask that you cast that vote for Earl Ray Neal as district judge of Clark and Madison County.
Earl Ray won the May primary election and is very deserving of your vote again on Nov. 6. We are very fortunate to have such a desirable candidate to elect as district judge.
I served Madison County as circuit court clerk for 24 years. I was clerk when the job of district judge was created. I can assure you that I see all the qualities needed for a district judge in Mr. Neal. His plan for a night court session and a misdemeanor drug court program are both much needed in our community.
Earl Ray has been in practice across the state of Kentucky for more than 10 years and has willingly and unselfishly dedicated numerous hours as a mentor to many students, some of whom have gone on to become attorneys. He has the experience, dedication and integrity needed to be a judge we can be proud to have on the bench.
Before you make that important choice on Nov. 6, please take time to view his Web site: www.nealforjudge.com or contact him with your questions/concerns, and you will see why I support Earl Ray Neal for district judge.
Earl Ray Neal has made a commitment to better our communities with his well thought-out plans. I urge you to give Earl Ray Neal a chance to fulfill that commitment by being the district judge that I know he can be!
Won't you join me on Nov. 6 and vote for Earl Ray Neal for district judge of Clark and Madison counties?
Edric White Newman
Neal best qualified
It is my pleasure to write a letter of support for Earl Ray Neal as a candidate for district judge of Clark and Madison counties. Mr. Neal will bring honesty and integrity to the bench. Earl Ray Neal possesses all the qualities necessary to become a very fine judge. His community involvement speaks for itself.
Earl Ray Neal cares about our young people as well as our elders. His plans for teenage alcohol/drug cases, night court and the handling of mental health cases is sure to bring about positive and much needed changes in our community. With Earl Ray Neal on our bench, we can all be assured of a fair day in court.
On Nov. 6, I plan to vote for Earl Ray Neal as district judge of Madison County and Clark County, and I ask you to join me. He won the May primary and he deserves to be our judge.
An Advocate for Kids
As a retired Clark County teacher, I know the importance of having a strong advocate for children on the district court.
I have known David Perdue for more than 40 years and have seen his commitment to our children and our community. David grew up in my community, attended school and church in my community and was active in church and Boy Scouts in my community.
In his legal career, David has represented and served as guardian for children who have been involved in the legal system. He has continued to volunteer his time and energy to organizations to improve our community.
David is a man of strength, character and integrity. I have seen first-hand these values and character that David now shows every day in his work as our current district court judge.
David Perdue is the best candidate for district court judge, and I urge everyone to vote for him on Nov. 6.
Perdue excellent judge
To the editor:
David Perdue, who grew up in Clark County, will make an excellent district judge. As a lawyer, he has has 20 years of district court experience. He is a kind, thoughtful person who cares about the children of Clark County as well as the adults.
As a young lawyer, he was active in the Friends of the Library as they worked to provide summer programs for children. He has been active in the Teen Court program and is an advocate and guardian for hundreds of neglected and abused children.
As a retired teacher, I support David Perdue for district judge.
Please vote Nov. 6 for David Perdue for district judge.