SCHUBERT FOR JUDGE CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF EVENT
Supporters Gather for the Official Start of the Campaign
PITTSBURGH, PA- Richard Schubert, candidate for Judge of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, celebrated his Campaign Kick-Off event on Wednesday, December 3rd, at Village Tavern and Trattoria, located in Pittsburgh’s West End.
Schubert was joined by supporters, family, friends and elected officials to mark the official start of the campaign. Senators Jay Costa and Wayne Fontana and the Schubert for Judge Campaign Committee hosted the event. "Rich will make an exceptional addition to the Allegheny Court of Common Pleas," said Costa. "His work ethic and integrity reflect the standards we expect of the Judges who serve this county."
Senator Fontana also commented, "Rich has been a constituent of mine since I was first elected. He is a friend who has demonstrated the necessary experience and dedication to our neighborhoods to be an honorable Judge for Allegheny County. He has always supported us, and now it is our support and our vote that is needed to put him on the Bench."
"I am honored by the support I have seen here tonight and throughout the county," Schubert said. "I plan to use my 34 years of experience and my dedication to the communities of Allegheny County to uphold the highest integrity in the Court of Common Pleas."
Others in attendance included State Representatives Dan Deasy, Nick Kotik, and Bill Kortz, County Councilman Bob Macey, and City Councilwoman Theresa Smith.
Richard has received the highest recommendation from the Allegheny County Bar Association for the position of Judge for the Allegheny Court of Common Pleas.
ABOUT RICHARD SCHUBERT
Richard Schubert, candidate for the Court of Common Pleas, is Highly Recommended by the ACBA. He has been practicing law for 34 years, is a life-long city of Pittsburgh resident, is married, and has three children.
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