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"Justice begins with each of us. When we seek justice, we must first examine our minds and our hearts.  Justice involves lifting up our shared history, hopes and visions for our future, respecting one another amidst our great diversity--and tolerance rooted in love. The result always will be greater than the sum of its parts. One of the greatest joys of public service is when this magic happens." 

- Judge Jennifer Brunner

JUDGE JENNIFER BRUNNER 

Judge Jennifer Brunner is a candidate for the Ohio Supreme Court in 2020.  She has served for more than 5 years as one of 8 elected judges of the Ohio Tenth District Court of Appeals in Columbus.  Judge Brunner served as Ohio Secretary of State from 2007-2011 and as a Franklin County Common Pleas judge from 2000-2005.

Please join our campaign to elect Judge Jennifer Brunner as our next justice of the Ohio Supreme Court. 

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020 1:28 PM

Ohio Federation of Teachers Endorses Judge Jennifer Brunner for Ohio Supreme Court

This just in from Ohio Federation of Teachers: "'The Ohio Federation of Teachers has long admired and worked well with Jennifer Brunner. As Secretary of State and as a judge, Jennifer has supported protecting the rights of all Ohioans. We need a Justice who will ensure that the rights of white, black and brown people are heard and protected. We endorse Jennifer Brunner for the Ohio State Supreme Court,' says Melissa Cropper, president of the Ohio Federation of Teachers."

A big thank you!


Friday, June 26, 2020 12:09 AM

Achieving Justice Series - Andy Miller

Today, my campaign continues our series "Achieving Justice." We have two great interviews to share with you. Please take a look.

Andy Miller is running for Franklin County Common Pleas Court. He's been a law professor, worked in private practice at a large law firm and litigated in the public sector for 7 years. 

We'll continue this series each week to help voters across Ohio learn about their judicial candidates. The ballot on November 3 will not have party affiliation next to judicial candidates' names, so if you care about that, educate yourself. Our "Achieving Justice" series will help you learn about Ohio's judicial system and its candidates.  Check out my website every Friday to see whom we've interviewed. I've met some amazing people, and so can you.



Thursday, June 25, 2020 11:55 PM

Achieving Justice Series - Ginger Bock

Today, my campaign continues our series "Achieving Justice." We have two great interviews to share with you. Please take a look.

Ginger Bock is running for the First District Court of Appeals, in Cincinnati. She's been a frequent practitioner in that court.

We'll continue this series each week to help voters across Ohio learn about their judicial candidates. The ballot on November 3 will not have party affiliation next to judicial candidates' names, so if you care about that, educate yourself. Our "Achieving Justice" series will help you learn about Ohio's judicial system and its candidates.  Check out my website every Friday to see whom we've interviewed. I've met some amazing people, and so can you.


Friday, June 19, 2020 4:40 PM

Juneteenth: "Achieving Justice" - with Judicial Candidate Magistrate Lasheyl Stroud from Franklin County

Today is Juneteenth. Its history is based in Texas, where on June 18, 1865, Union Army General Gordon Granger arrived with 2,000 federal troops to occupy Texas for the federal government. The following day, General Granger stood on a balcony in Galveston and read "General Order No. 3", announcing that all slaves were totally emancipated. 

No one can doubt that this year is especially pivotal.  On Juneteenth, as we step back today to more fully comprehend what has happened since the death of George Floyd and so many others denied justice, it's sobering that we have let thoughtless ways go on for so long, not understanding how people have been unacceptably hurt, pushed down and pushed under.  So, for today, we celebrate, and we resolve to make justice for everyone more real.

As a judge, it is my duty to educate the public about the judiciary.  That's why I have started a video series in my campaign for the Ohio Supreme Court called, "Achieving Justice."  

 

Today, my campaign releases our video interview of Magistrate Lasheyl Stroud, a first-time candidate for a newly created domestic and juvenile judgeship in Franklin County, Ohio.  Please watch this video and remember that just by voting, you help achieve justice.  Your vote is your power.  


Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:55 PM

"Achieving Justice": Judge Jennifer Brunner Interviews Ohio Supreme Court Candidate Judge John P. O'Donnell from Cuyahoga County

Judge Brunner has formalized her ongoing series of interviews with judicial candidates throughout Ohio, calling it "Achieving Justice," and today releasing her video-recorded interview of Judge John P. O'Donnell, Judge of the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, first elected in 2002, and then again in 2006 and 2012.  The Cuyahoga County court is one of Ohio’s busiest, and during that time Judge O’Donnell was selected by the chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court to be one of only eight trial court judges in the state to preside over a commercial docket devoted strictly to business litigation. He has been responsible for over 2,000 commercial cases while still handling all other varieties of civil lawsuits and a felony criminal docket. He is the author of over one hundred judicial opinions. 

Ohio's court system is self-regulating; that is, the Ohio Supreme Court oversees the operation of the entire state's court system.  As I campaign, I want to give you information about the state's judiciary.

There are many judges and judicial candidates who are running for trial and appellate courts throughout the state. I want you not only to know who your judges and judicial candidates are—I want to give you the opportunity with interviews of candidates like Judge O'Donnell, to determine for yourself their skills and backgrounds—so you can feel confident you are voting for candidates who are qualified to serve.

This is the third installment of our judicial series.  Over the course of the campaign, we'll be virtually traveling the state to safely introduce you to dedicated candidates and judges whose beliefs in a strong and responsive judiciary will help them earn your confidence as you learn about who they are and what they do. You can read more about Judge John P. O'Donnell at his website here.

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