We have a race for Superior Court judge. The race will be decided in the primary election on Aug. 7. We usually see only one name in the box for judge. No choice you get what's on the ballot. But then again this a nonpartisan position. We have no clue how to pick the right person to be our new judge - do we?
I am a former teacher. I am now, and have been for the last 24 years, a small business owner. I work with people every day. Over the years I have met people who are truly stand-up people, those people who are there for you in good times and in bad. People who are willing to give of themselves, their time and ask nothing in return.
Scott Wolfram is one of those people.
How do you know who to vote for in a race for judge? Being a neighbor reveals much about a person. Scott was my neighbor for over 20 years. We raised our children in a close, friendly "open to all" neighborhood.
Scott put his family first and always found time to be involved in their activities. He had strong family values - a role model for us all.
The Wolfram's left the neighborhood - we remain good friends. Scott has continued to be a role model for other children and their families through countless hours of volunteering in our community.
Scott is honest and of strong character. This time we have a choice - we have somebody to vote for. Scott Wolfram for Superior Court judge.