DOYLESTOWN, PA, January 22, 2019—Pennsylvania State Senators Steve Santarsiero and Maria Colett, and State Representatives Tina Davis, Wendy Ullman, John Galloway, and Perry Warren today endorsed Jordan Yeager in the race for judge on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.
“Jordan is a highly respected lawyer with a distinguished legal career. He has the background and commitment to fairness and justice that are essential for excellent judges. I am excited to support him,” Senator Santarsiero said.
Senator Colett stated: “Jordan’s broad litigation background and commitment to justice for all makes him an ideal candidate for judge on our Commonwealth’s Common Pleas Court. I wholeheartedly support his candidacy.”
Representative Davis said: “Justice is often not handed out fairly to everyone. Jordan has the integrity and drive to ensure every citizen gets a fair hearing.”
“It speaks volumes that Jordan’s peers have repeatedly recognized him as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. His commitment to our national promise of justice for all earns him my admiration and support in his candidacy for judge on the Court of Common Pleas,” Representative Galloway said.
These endorsements from both veteran and newly elected leaders indicate the breadth of support for Yeager’s campaign.
“I am honored to have the support of our elected leaders,” said Mr. Yeager. “They represent the citizens of this Commonwealth and understand the importance of making sure that justice is fairly applied. I look forward to continuing to fight to make that happen.”
Yeager declared his candidacy in December. His focus on 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.
You can find more information on Yeager at his campaign website: yeagerforjudge.com.