JQC Says Judge's Daughter Will Drop Candidacy

In Verbal deal, Paulding judge stays out of race; daughter can run again

, Daily Report


The Judicial Qualifications Commission has reached a verbal agreement with the daughter of a Paulding County judge in which she will withdraw as the sole candidate in the race for her father's seat, the JQC's vice chairman said Friday.

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    Good. What an embarrassment.

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