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Too old, too young, just right!

By Peter Theye
Posted Friday, October 13, 2006

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Chatham County, NC - The best candidate in the Superior Court judgeship race is so obvious to me that I do not see what the fuss is about. Giving an individual the power to take away our rights is serious stuff.

Stein would be removed from office 24 months after taking it. Why is he running? By all accounts he has work very hard and successfully for civil rights and the common man, but he has never been a judge. And the kicker is that his replacement will be APPOINTED,by the Governor, not elected by us! That fact seems to run against what he has been about.

Baddour is too young. He has no experience what so ever as a judge. These days I get discussed when money and connections advance individuals. Our governor did not appoint him because he was the most experienced. Make s me feel a little dirty when this happens.

Allen needs to slow up, show dedication and commitment to the job as a district judge for a while, then a superior court judge.

Everything takes time. There is a reason for it.

Chuck Anderson has paid his dues. Ten years as a district court judge. Founding member of the Chatham Education Foundation. Wonderful
supporter of all things Chatham.

There is no question.

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