Doylestown, PA—February 25, 2019. Bucks County row officers have joined the growing list of state and local leaders endorsing Jordan Yeager for Judge on the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County. Recorder of Deeds Robin Robinson, Prothonotary Judi Reiss, Controller Neale Dougherty, and Sheriff Milt Warrell are all supporting Yeager in recognition of his experience, temperament, and deep commitment to justice for all.


“Jordan has fought for the people of Bucks County. He’s won landmark victories fighting for environmental rights and defended the Constitution to ensure justice for citizens of the Commonwealth. I am honored to support his candidacy for judge on the Court of Common Pleas,” said Bucks County Controller Neale Dougherty.


Robin Robinson, Bucks County Recorder of Deeds, voiced her support: “Jordan Yeager has the right temperament, the experience, the knowledge, and the desire to serve the people of Bucks County. Bucks County needs Jordan Yeager as a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.”


Bucks County Prothonotary Judi Reiss stated: “To be an excellent judge, experience and temperament count. Jordan’s breadth of experience, the pursuit of justice that has marked his entire career, his absolute commitment to fairness for all, and his keen ability to listen to and hear others are some of the many reasons I enthusiastically endorse Jordan Yeager for Judge on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. It is an honor for me to do so.”


“I am running for the Court of Common Pleas to ensure justice and fairness for all. I look forward to working with these hardworking and dedicated county officials to serve all the people of Bucks County, and I very much appreciate their endorsements,” said Yeager.


Yeager declared his candidacy in December. In January, Yeager received endorsements from State Senators Steve Santarsiero and Maria Collett, and State Representatives Tina Davis, John Galloway, Wendy Ullman, and Perry Warren. Ensuring equal rights and justice for all is a main pillar of his campaign and a hallmark of 26 years of experience fighting to protect the Constitution’s guaranteed freedoms. Yeager’s 2013 landmark victory in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was the first case in history declaring a state law unconstitutional because it violated the environmental rights of Pennsylvanians.


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