Letters: Endorsements for State Supreme Court

Linda Murray, born and raised in Dutchess County, is the best choice for New York State Supreme Court Justice.

Linda is a wonderful, caring mother of two young children, Juliet and Sean, and devoted wife to her husband of 16 years, Richard.

Linda’s lifelong local roots, strong community involvement and her passion for helping others are demonstrated by her volunteer efforts for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Youth Soccer League and local recreation departments.

Linda is intelligent and trustworthy. Her work ethic and legal experience as an attorney in both the private and public practice is unmatched.

Linda’s attention to detail and legal prowess while working as an assistant district attorney in the Queens County District Attorney’s Office has earned her praise and accolades from her co-workers and superiors. Linda continues her passion for law and order today while serving as the principal court attorney in Poughkeepsie City Court.

Linda has been endorsed by the county executives in Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Orange and Rockland counties, which this judgeship covers. In addition, Linda has earned the nomination to be on the Republican, Conservative and Independent Party lines.

The smart and obvious choice is clear. Vote Linda Murray on Nov. 7 as our next Supreme Court justice.

Frank Michetti, Pleasant Valley

 

There is no more important office up for vote this November than state Supreme Court Justice. Our Constitution empowers judges to protect our persons, property and rights in disputes among us and against corporations and our government.

Linda Murray worked as my legal advisor for years while I was a Poughkeepsie city judge. She has the knowledge, experience and dedication to finding the fair and just result in every case, no matter how hard she must work to achieve justice. Murray has earned your vote for Supreme Court on Nov. 7.

John Garrity, Poughkeepsie


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