Tomorrow is the BIG DAY! Primary Election 2014. All Forsyth County precincts are open tomorrow from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. I NEED YOUR HELP!!
I ask you to contact everyone you know in Forsyth County and tell them to vote Andrew Keever for District Court Judge. I am the best candidate with the right combination of qualities and extensive experience to serve our county as Judge. Please remember to vote and strongly encourage others to vote as well. This election is too important to sit out.
While you are out voting tomorrow, please remember that it is the annual Hope Du Jour fundraiser for Crisis Control Ministries. My good friend, Margaret Elliott, is the Executive Director of Crisis Control, and the restaurants listed here: www.hopedujour.org are generously donating 10% of their sales to Crisis Control. Plan your voting around a meal and it will be a win, win for my election and Crisis Control.
Thank you for your support! Now go out and vote for me tomorrow!
Friends, Family, and Supporters – Early voting starts today and continues through May 6th. I need your help. Will you please take a few minutes to contact your Forsyth County friends, family, and neighbors to encourage them to vote for me as our next District Court Judge? I am the best candidate with the right qualities and experience for this important position. Please contact those you know in Forsyth County and encourage them to vote Keever for Judge. Thank you very much for your help and support!
Here is a link to the early voting schedule and locations: http://www.forsyth.cc/elections/Documents/2014PrimaryOnestopSchedule.pdf.
All Forsyth County polls will be open for voting on Primary Election Day – Tuesday, May 6th from 6:30 am – 7:30 pm.
We were happy to brave the wet and cold today to support an amazing event– Lillie’s Friends Festival and 5K. Lillie’s Friends passionately provides families with real hope by raising neuroblastoma awareness, funding innovative research toward a cure, and supporting families experiencing the ‘crisis of belief’ that accompanies their child’s neuroblastoma diagnosis.
Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer of the sympathetic nervous system – a nerve network that carries messages from the brain throughout the body. Each year there are about 700 new cases in the United States. It is usually found in young children under the age of five, though it may rarely occur in older children and adults.
Thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers, organizers, Winston-Salem Police Officers and Lillie’s parents and friends for making the event so special and inspirational!
I appreciate the Forsyth County Bar Association hosting a Candidate’s Forum today. It was great to see so many members of the local bar at the luncheon. For coverage of the forum, please click here:
Today I had the pleasure of bringing a mock courtroom experience to the Third Grade students of Sherwood Forest Elementary School. Eighty-five smart and amazing kids participated in an example of a civil trial called ‘The Case of the Missing Puppy.’ The kids did an excellent job of listening and asking great questions. Special thank you to Asst. Public Defenders Artrese Ziglar, Jason Whitler, Kelly Parker, and Whit Davis for skipping lunch today to help me with the trial. A wonderful time was enjoyed by all!
Primary voting begins in one month. Please let me know if you will show your support by displaying a yard sign and/or car magnet. Just click here to complete a short form, and I will make sure we get them to you. Thank you for your support!
We had a great time at the St. Leo’s Run this morning. What an amazing community event! We are proud of our youngest son, Jackson, who finished first in the under 9 group, with a time of 24:12. It was wonderful to see so many friends and supporters. Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors who made the event so special. There were many of Winston-Salem’s finest police officers keeping the course safe. Big thanks to Mike Foley (the Amazing Race T-Shirt designer) and his family for inviting us.