Judge of the Court of Appeals: Knox county rests within the 5th district Court of Appeals, which makes rulings regarding state-bound cases and comes before the Ohio Supreme Court.
Now, it's time to support me for Court of Appeals. 2020 Franklin County (Ohio) Judicial Elections: On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, there will be ten contested judicial races on the ballot for Franklin County Courts. Click the links below to learn about the candidates. Meet Hoffman. • Common Pleas Judge David Young, a Democrat, faces a challenge from Republican Michael Cassone, who ran unsuccessfully for the court last year. • Republican Colleen O’Donnell, a Common Pleas judge, will face off against Democrat Michael C. Mentel, a former Columbus City Council president, for an open seat on the Court of Appeals.
2020 Franklin County Republican Candidates ... Judi French for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Colleen O'Donnell for 10th District Court of Appeals Judge Lisa Sadler for 10th District Court of Appeals Judge Josh Brown for Common Pleas Judge All the other candidates are seeking full six-year terms. For Primary Election: Feb. 18, 2020 Register to Vote Online or Update Your Name/Address Here Register to Vote Online or Update Your Name/Address Here. 2020 Voter Registration Deadlines. Digital access or digital and print delivery. A partisan primary was scheduled for April 28, 2020. Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license, except where noted. The winner of the Russo-Munson race will complete that Common Pleas term, which runs through 2022. • Common Pleas Judge Jenifer French, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Andrew Miller, an assistant Columbus city attorney. In 2020, Ohio voters in all counties will elect judges, including those for county and common pleas courts, all 12 districts of the Ohio Court of Appeals, and two seats on the Supreme Court of Ohio. For Primary Election: Feb. 18, 2020 Register to Vote Online or Update Your Name/Address Here You trusted me with your vote in 2012 . Appellate judges must be attorneys with at least six years of experience in the practice of law. That will be one of 10 contested judicial races in Franklin County in November if all the petitions that were filed by candidates by Wednesday’s deadline are certified by the county board of elections. Jenifer A. The term of office for a 10th District appeals judge is six years and the post pays $163,309 per year. Polls are open on Election Days from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Register to Vote Online or Update Your Name/Address Here, Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron. © Gannett Co., Inc. 2020. Supreme Court Justice Judith French is the incumbent taking on Jennifer Brunner, a former Secretary of State, and currently serving on the 10th District Court of Appeals. As an immediate appellate court, the Court of Appeals deals with administrative, agency or juvenile cases that have been appealed. An appeals court judge in Ohio makes $163,309 a year. Court of appeals judges are elected in even-numbered years to six-year terms on a nonpartisan ballot. In 2018, you showed your confidence in the work I've done and you re-elected me to a second full term. • Democratic Common Pleas Judge Chris Brown is challenged by Republican Michael Carleton, who filed to run for the court in 2016 and 2018 but withdrew both times. Judges are rated on a scale of 1-10 — 10 being best. She has served for more than 5 years as one of 8 elected judges of the Ohio Tenth District Court of Appeals in Columbus. • Republican Colleen O’Donnell, a Common Pleas judge, will face off against Democrat Michael C. Mentel, a former Columbus City Council president, for an open seat on the Court of Appeals.