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Audience Appreciates Tea Party Debate With Judge Candidates

The candidates running for an open Judge seat in Nevada County participated in a debate Wednesday night hosted by the Nevada County Tea Party. The five candidates,  Rob Tice-Raskin, Angela Bradrick, Anna Ferguson, Jeff Ingram, and Jeff Lake each provided a three minute opening statement followed by answers to questions, and then a three minute closing statement. The questions, moderated by Tea Party Leader Fran Freedle, included addressing prison realignment issues created by AB109, sentencing for Marijuana Ordinance violators, financial accessibility to court services, and candidate perceptions about what each thought the most important change in the court system could be to improve public safety. Audience members feel the debate was quite informative.
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Many of the attendees feel all five candidates are well qualified for the position.
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After hearing the answers from the candidates at least one attendee was ready to learn more by doing additional research.
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And one person had hoped for more audience interaction and a chance to ask their own questions.
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judgedebate1 judgedebat2The third and final Tea Party Debate is scheduled for April 23 and includes candidates for District Attorney and Superintendent of Schools along with any unopposed candidate races.

The League of Women Voters kicks off it’s debate season tonight with the Supervisor Candidates from District 3 and 4 at the Rood Center beginning at 7:00 PM.

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