Business, Lawyers Groups Back Different Candidates For Supreme Court
In the two Ohio Supreme Court races in the November 5th election, groups are pushing candidates because of whether they are perceived as tending to be pro- or anti-business.
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce endorsed Lundberg Stratton and Lieutenant Governor Maureen O'Connor, who is running for an open seat. Both are Republicans.
The Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers backs Burnside and Hamilton County Municipal Judge Tim Black. Both are Democrats.
Read the full story by the Ohio News Network.
Commentary by Chad D. Baus:
The Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers' endorsement of Tim Black and Janet Burnside highlights one of the main reasons why OFCC PAC recommends strongly against these two candidates. Trial lawyers, including the very man representing the city of Cincinnati in its lawsuit against gun manufacturers like Beretta, think these two candidates will make their job easier.
For a full background on why OFCC PAC endorses Justice Stratton and Lt. Gov. O'Connor, click here.
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