THE SITTING JUDGE PRINCIPLE

Judges by merit, not political popularity

For many years, the “Sitting Judge Principle” has ensured that Prince George’s County has only the most qualified judges on the bench. Under this principle, the governor appoints our Circuit Court Judges only after these men and women have subjected themselves to rigorous scrutiny and examination.

 

The selection of judges by merit instead of political popularity protects our community and guarantees that our judges have the highest quality of character, integrity, judicial temperament, and education. We expect and want no less from our judicial system.

 

The well-qualified and distinguished judges seeking retention this year need and deserve our support. They have served our community and our state extremely well since their appointment.

 

Our community should be united behind these judges and this important principle. In fact, community leaders and groups, as well as the Maryland State Bar Association have all endorsed the “Sitting Judge Principle.”

 

Please join us in supporting the Sitting Judges.

MEET THE JUDGES

Judge Sean D. Wallace

Judge Sean D. Wallace

Judge Robin Gill Bright

Judge Robin Gill Bright

Judge Tiffany H. Anderson

Judge Tiffany H. Anderson

Judge William A. Snoddy

Judge William A. Snoddy

Killough

Peter K. Killough

USE WOODALL Picture

Judge Judy Lynn Woodall

Vote for all Sitting Judges on Election Day

FACEBOOK @pgcjudges

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TWITTER @PGCJudges

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019 at 7:59pm
#TBT to last week’s State-wide Attorneys Day of Service with the Prince George’s County Bar Association.

Addressing the theme of "Homelessness,” Judge Jared M. McCarthy (photo on right) and Judge Cathy H.... https://t.co/vcuC7gvnMA
Sunday, April 28th, 2019 at 10:28am
Judge Wytonja L. Curry and Judge ShaRon M. Grayson Kelsey joined over 3,000 volunteers today for Christmas in April. Teams of volunteers worked together to restore dignity, safety and warmth to 82 Prince... https://t.co/wLH8EEawsZ
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 at 5:20am
Judge Cathy H. Serrette, along with Judge Weatherly (Ret.) and Administrative Law Judge Nash (Ret.) attended the 8th Annual “MCIW: Women Moving Forward Conference” (WMFC) held on April 13th, 2019 at the... https://t.co/FNJWDZMcbR
Sunday, March 31st, 2019 at 11:24am
The Sitting Judges for Prince George’s County showed up together to show their support for Chief Administrative Judge Sheila R. Tillerson Adams at today’s Women’s History Month Luncheon at Duke Ellington School of the Arts #JusticeTeam2020
Friday, March 8th, 2019 at 9:18am
#TBT: the Sitting Judges for Prince George’s County participated in J. Franklin Bourne’s Annual Oratorical Contest in February

On March 23rd, 2019, the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association invited all Prince... https://t.co/yPvJiTmaal
Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at 2:28am
Judges Wytonja L. Curry, Jared M. McCarthy and ShaRon M. Grayson Kelsey supporting this morning’s Expungement Clinic hosted by @clspgc and Reid Temple A.M.E. Church in Glenn Dale. ( @reidtempleame) Members of... https://t.co/9X1tah7pz8
Monday, August 27th, 2018 at 10:32am
Judge William Snoddy on Twitter https://t.co/eP2dxrrNDl
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Judge William A. Snoddy @Judge_Snoddy
Had the pleasure of helping to serve the community with my colleagues from the bench and bar. The Bo Fosters Hope organization provides support to children in foster care. Learn more about Bo Fosters Hope at https://t.co/Xa7y7VrAck. https://t.co/6qBQSafns0
Sunday, August 26th, 2018 at 4:25am
Judge Sean Wallace getting to know some Prince George’s County students and members of the community at today’s Back to School Block Party in Bowie #justiceteam2018
Friday, August 24th, 2018 at 7:22pm
Members of #TheJusticeTeam at the City of Bowie's 15th Annual Back to School Bash last Saturday August 15th.

The PGCPS Back-to-School Block Party helps families prepare for the upcoming school year. The event... https://t.co/x26obVqBP6
Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 at 11:58pm
Doing it as a family: Circuit Court Judge Peter Killough got some special assistance while voting at the polls this morning.
Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 at 10:13pm
Doing it as a family: Circuit Court Judge Peter Killough got some special assistance while voting at the polls this morning #JusticeTeam2018
Friday, June 15th, 2018 at 8:11am
Judge William Snoddy on Twitter https://t.co/JRQ079GxRI
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Judge William A. Snoddy @Judge_Snoddy
Beautiful to start the early voting period. I hope to see you at the polls. Please vote for #TheJusticeTeam. https://t.co/W68afAmwv4
Thursday, June 14th, 2018 at 7:09pm
Early voting starts today, June 14th and will continue until June 20th. (Election Day is June 26th) There are 11 early voting sites in Maryland. Find out which one is closest to you! #Vote... https://t.co/5OvYJRs8vo
Monday, June 11th, 2018 at 6:40am
Putting in teamwork to make the dream work! #JusticeTeam2018

Judge William Snoddy was hard at work getting signs up in Laurel today. Support your Prince George’s County Circuit Court Judges on June 26th! #Vote
Saturday, June 9th, 2018 at 12:32am
Showing up and showing support: The Prince George’s County sitting Judges attendee the Circuit Court Employee Appreciation Cookout at the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters in Upper Marlboro yesterday, June... https://t.co/XfnGg7Igdr

2018 ELECTION: WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

We need your help to maintain an independent judiciary system.

Please Sign Up to Staff a polling place during early voting (October 25th – November 1st) and/or on Election Day (November 6th)

VOTE ON ELECTION DAY – November 6th

Vote for all Sitting Judges on Election Day,
You can also vote during Early Voting from October 25th to November 1st

CONTACT US

Stephanie P. Anderson, Treasurer sanderson@omng.com

Post Office Box 2072, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20773-2072