Latin Builders Association(R) Announces Official Endorsements For Upcoming Judicial Elections
The Latin Builders Association has chosen their official endorsements for the upcoming Miami Dade judicial elections through an extensive selection process. The LBA has chosen to endorse these judges after careful consideration and interviews.
- Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) July 25, 2012 - In the elections for Circuit Court Judges, Judge David Miller was selected as the candidate to endorse for Group 8. Robert Coppel was selected for Group 15, while Victor de Yurre was selected for Group 49.
In the election race for County Court Judges, the LBA has endorsed candidates from multiple groups, including Judge Patricia Marino‐Pedraza for Group 1. Lourdes Cambo was selected for Group 4, while Judge Ana Maria Pando was selected for Group 10, and, alongside Michelle Alvarez‐Barakat for Group 20. For County Court Group 24, the LBA finds incumbent Judge Andrea Wolfson and candidate Greer Elaine Wallace both equally qualified for the seat. Also endorsed were Ivonne Cuesta for Group 27, and Tanya Brinkley for Group 28. Judge Teretha Lundy Thomas was selected for Group 33.
"We believe these judges have the capacity the move the community forward," said President Bernie Navarro. "We have placed a lot of consideration into these endorsements to consider who reflected the values of the association, and what is best for the community as a whole."
The LBA will also be releasing the official city, county, and state candidate endorsements for Miami‐Dade. For more information, please contact Tina Dominguez at the LBA at 305.446.5989.
About Latin Builders Association®
Established in 1971 by a group of local contractors, Latin Builders Association, Inc. ® (LBA) has embodied the interests of builders, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians and tradesmen associated with the business of construction, striving to provide a vital forum for discussion, networking, training/development, and representation at the local, state and federal level. Today, we are the largest Hispanic construction association in the United States, representing over 750 member companies throughout South Florida.
Throughout our 40 year history the LBA has been vigorously involved in local, state and federal issues that have an effect on our community and state. The LBA's core goal is to represent and further the interests of the South Florida Community, the local building industry, and the individuals and companies that strive day after day to make this a better place to live, work and play. For more information please visit www.lbaorg.com.