Superior Court Judge Bradley Letts to speak at Cashiers library July 10
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 email@example.com.