Skip to comments.Republican Judges Lose Seats in Democrat-Heavy Election
Posted on 11/07/2012 7:03:21 PM PST by Behind Liberal Lines
Two upstate appellate judges and a Long Island justice who sits on the appellate court in Manhattan were defeated on Nov. 6 in their reelection bids for Supreme Court, according to unofficial returns.
Justices Bernard Malone Jr. and E. Michael Kavanagh, both Republicans who sit in the Appellate Division, Third Department in Albany, were beaten by Democrats Richard Mott and Stephan Schick.
And Justice James Catterson of Suffolk County came in eighth among 12 candidates vying for six seats in the Tenth Judicial District. Catterson sits on the First Department bench....
Throughout the state, judicial election voting appeared to be heavily influenced by the presence of Democratic President Barack Obama at the top of the ballot, just as it was the first time Obama ran for president in 2008.
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If you work for a living or own property in NYS - you have a huge bull’s eye on your back.
This really points to election fraud.
The democrats work hard to get judges in. Who needs a congressman when you own a judge.