• Superior Court Judge Bradley Letts
    Superior Court Judge Bradley Letts

Superior Court Judge Bradley Letts to speak at Cashiers library July 10

Will be speaker at monthly Democratic Party meeting

CASHIERS -- Superior Court Judge Bradley Letts will speak at the Democratic Party’s regular monthly precinct meeting set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 10 at the Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library.

Judge Letts, who serves the 30B Judicial District, is expected to:

• Explain how the judicial branch operates in North Carolina.

• Address challenges and issues facing the judiciary, including potential changes currently envisioned by the legislature.

• Provide information on his background and experience leading up to the election this fall.

Time will be allowed for questions and discussion.

Judge Letts, a Hazelwood resident, is facing opposition in his quest for re-election as a Superior Court judge in the 30B Judicial District, which includes Jackson and Haywood counties. This is reportedly the first time since he first sat on the bench almost a decade ago that he has been challenged in an election bid. Waynesville defense attorney Mark Melrose hopes to unseat Letts in the Nov. 6 election. Both men are Democrats.

Southern Jackson County Democrats meet at the same time and place every second Tuesday of the month, with a regular slate of speakers and guests.

All are always welcome.

For information, call Precinct Chairman Daniel Chasins at 248-622-7741 or email him at dchasins@gmail.com.

Crossroads Chronicle

Mailing Address:
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94 U.S. Highway 64 West, Suite 1 (Shoppes on the Green)
Cashiers, NC 28717
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