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N.C. Supreme Court

The NC Supreme Court is the state's highest court and is comprised of the Chief Justice and six associate justices, each of whom serves an eight-year term. The Supreme Court has no jury. It considers whether error occurred at trial or in judicial interpretation of the law.

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    Christopher (Chris) Anglin

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    Barbara Jackson

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Experience (35 words max) Graduate of Wake Forest University and Elon University Law School. A small business owner in solo practice at all levels of civil, criminal and family trial courts in both state and federal courts for 7 years.
3 favorite endorsements for this election I am running to stand up for an Independent Judiciary, so I am not seeking any endorsements.
I’m running as a Republican to give a voice to the many Constitutional Republicans who are appalled at the assault on the rule of law, and the checks and balances of our Constitutional Republic that is happening every day. Secondly, to point out the mistake of being the only state in 100 years to make our judicial elections partisan.
Experience (35 words max) Executive Director, Southern Coalition for Social Justice, 2007-2017; UNC Center for Civil Rights, 2003-2007; Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, 2000-2003; Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Justice Department 1998-2000; Ferguson, Stein firm, 1988-1998.
3 favorite endorsements for this election North Carolina AFL-CIO; Equality NC; North Carolina Democratic Party
I have been a civil rights attorney for thirty years, fighting for equal justice and fair representation. As a mother and grandmother, I understand challenges families face and have worked to protect the rights of hard-working people. We must have a fair court that protects everyone no matter their race, gender or how much money they have in their pockets.
Experience (35 words max) Justice, NC Supreme Court; Judge, NC Court of Appeals; General Counsel, NC Labor Department; Associate, Private Practice; Associate General Counsel, Governor’s Advocacy Council (GACPD); Associate General Counsel, Governor Jim Martin; Research Assistant, Justice Burley Mitchell
3 favorite endorsements for this election Chief Justice (ret.) Burley Mitchell; Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry; NCGOP
Fairness, impartiality, integrity, and a commitment to the rule of law all are essential characteristics of a good judge. I’ve worked hard to live up to each of these principles, gaining invaluable first-hand experience, which is why I’m seeking re-election.

As the only candidate in this race with judicial experience, I understand that this is not an entry level job.