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Montgomery County, PA May 19, 2009 Election
 Smart Voter Elizabeth T. "Liz" Brown

Candidate for
Judge; Magisterial District Court; District 38-1-07

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Attorney/Nonprofit Manager
  • J.D. - Cornell Law School
  • B.A. in Psychology - Cornell University
  • Executive Legal Editor of the Pennsylvania Law Weekly
  • Board of Directors of the Narberth Civic Association
Top Priorities if Elected
  • I will serve as a full-time magisterial district judge
  • I will schedule court hours around the needs of the public, not a law practice
  • I will expand the court's hearing schedule; making the court more efficient and more accessible to the citizens it serves
Key Endorsements
  • Tom Grady, Mayor of Narberth
  • Jane Dellheim, Lower Merion Commissioner, Ward 8
  • Rob Byer, Former Judge of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court
Position Papers
Statement of Elizabeth T. Brown
As a Magisterial District Judge, I will:
  • be Fair to everyone who appears before me, regardless of political or personal affiliation
  • be Focused on the business of the court, and
  • Work Full-time for the citizens of the district.
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