Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents

Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents — We have been told that Rebecca Warren was the star of the Pennsylvania Superior Court candidate’s debate held Tuesday, May 7, at the Free Public Library in Philadelphia. Only about 50 persons were in the the audience.

Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents
Rebecca Warren

Two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. We understand it to be the busiest appellate court in the nation.

Debate participants were Democrats Daniel D. McCaffery and Beth Tarasi, and Republicans Ms. Warren, Megan McCarthy King and Christylee Peck.

The latter two Republicans are the choice of the party establishment. Ms. Warren may well be the choice of everyone else.

At least those who don’t want their judges to be the puppets of party bosses.

Anyway, here is a link to some video of the event courtesy of Susan Jane Goldner:

The entire debate will be aired on PCN at 8 tonight, May 9.

The Primary Election is Tuesday, May 21.

Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents.

2 thoughts on “Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents”

  1. It’s true, I was present in the 2nd row and I’ve attended quite a few candidate debates across the Commonwealth over the years with my political involvement! Always lending my support to the Rs. Rebecca stands for justice, truth, perseverance and fairness. A magnanimous Candidate brimming with hope and honesty.

    This is a battle for the soul of our state. You have to fight for what you believe in; you cannot be beaten into submission.

    On May 21st for PA Superior Court,
    Vote against the swamp while simultaneously
    Voting for the best candidate!

  2. I was doing research on the judges and I have not been able to access the opinions of the judges.Do you know a cite where that info is available.

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