AEJE RECOMENDS ILLINOIS COOK COUNTY VOTERS TO VOTE \"NO\" ON NOV. 2, 2010 TO THE RE-ELECTION OF JUDGES GERALD BENDER, MARY ANN MASON, CAROL K. BELLOWS
CHICAGO-(AEJE)-THE AMERICANS FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF JUDICIAL ETHICS AEJE, a judicial watch dog group since 1974, that advocates the strict enforcement of judicial ethics and judicial rating association urges Cook County Illinois voters to vote "no" to the re-election of chancery judge Gerald Bender, who has been on the bench since 1996. He is rated as "unqualified" to serve as a judge in the opinion of AEJE for ten years. AEJE also urges Cook County, Illinois voters to vote "no" to the relection of Chancery Judge Mary Ann Mason who also in the opinion of AEJE is absolutely "unqualified" to serve as a judge. Vote "no" also to Domestic Judge Carol K. Bellows who also in the opinion of AEJE is absolutely unfit to serve as a Cook County Divorce Judge. Now is you chance to let your vote count. These judges just need 60% of the vote to be re-elelcted in Cook County Illinois. Since the Republicans do not bother to slate judges it is automatice for all of the Demonic (Democratic) judges to just be re-elected. The one party judicial system in Cook County Illinois has lead to establishing the reputation for the most corupt judicial system in Illinois. In the eighties and ninties there was a Federal Gray Lord Investigation that lead to 15 Illinois Cook County Judges being convicted for corruption on the bench. Not much has changed today, the corruption is still present only now it is much more difficult to detect. The election is just around the corner if there is anyone who feels that another judge should not be re-elected now is the time to email us at Ldms4@hotmail.com
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