The Republican Party of Orange County’s Central Committee endorsed at their meeting last night:
It’s very difficult to learn the background and fundamental judicial philosophy of candidates for judge. For one thing, most candidates have never held public office before, so there is little public discourse or scrutiny of their political or philosophical positions available for review. Every voter wants to know if a candidate is conservative, liberal, or moderate. What are their personal beliefs and opinions on the current issues of the day: gay rights, immigration, terrorism, abortion, unions, guns… you name it. But judicial candidates are largely barred from sharing these opinions in California by the Judicial Canons.
Yet there is a “magic” question that all judicial candidates can freely answer, and that truly reveals a great deal about their approach to the law, justice, and many of those hot-button issues. Most simply: which United States Supreme Court Justice, living or dead, do you admire most and why? Continue reading
For Immediate Release: April 28th, 2015
Contact: Scott Hart, (949) 230-6998
ORANGE COUNTY DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MEGAN WAGNER ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN FOR ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE
“Has Been Endorsed by Dozens of Judges, Prosecutors, Attorneys & Local Officials”
Santa Ana (CA)— Orange County Deputy District Attorney Megan Wagner announced today her campaign for Orange County Superior Court Judge in the 2016 California Primary Election.
“My unique experience as both a business lawyer and felony prosecutor prepares me for the next step in service to the people of Orange County, as a Superior Court Judge,” said Wagner. “I am honored and humbled by the overwhelming support and encouragement I have received before even formally announcing my candidacy.” Continue reading