|To the Editor: Commissioner endorses Mack for judge|
|Written by Jim Carter|
|Monday, 06 May 2013 09:14|
I am supporting Molly Mack in the May 7th primary for the Perrysburg Municipal Court Judge's seat, and you should, too. For years, as the Chief of the Civil Division in the Wood County Prosecutor's Office, Molly has served the citizens of Wood County admirably with her leadership, discipline and sound judgment; and I have no doubt that she would do the same for the citizens of the Perrysburg Municipal Court jurisdiction.
Indeed, with a court jurisdiction so large and potentially unwieldy, the citizens of Northern Wood County will need a judge who not only possesses the requisite background and qualifications, but also a steady and organized leader who understands how to work within the constraints of a budget, manage a large staff and have a steady and impartial temperament. These intangibles are invaluable - they cannot be taught or trained. A person either has them or they don't.
Molly has them in spades.
She is a bright and organized manager; a gifted attorney; and an individual of impeccable professionalism and infectious energy that inspires those around her to put forth their best efforts.
If you vote for Molly Mack on May 7th, you will soon see the same things I do. And you won't be sorry.
President, Wood County Commissioner's
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