From Coleman for Justice <[email protected]>
Subject A Message From The Justice Josiah Coleman Campaign
Date April 28, 2020 4:50 PM
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Judicial Races are More Important Than Ever

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Please see this important message from BIPEC. Maintaining a fair and balanced judiciary is our top priority.

Thank you!
Justice Josiah Coleman


** Judicial Races are More Important Than Ever

This year, there are two extremely competitive Supreme Court races in Mississippi. Incumbent Justices Kenny Griffis and Josiah Coleman have drawn opponents. Both judges are recommended by the Business and Industry Political Education Committee (BIPEC) as best for adhering to the impartiality and fairness on Mississippi’s highest courts.

With what will no doubt be a wave of COVID-19 lawsuits targeting health care providers and businesses that aid in the response effort or provide essential services, a fair and impartial supreme court will be more critical than ever.

There was a time not too long ago when Mississippi led the list of “judicial hellholes” (places where plaintiff lawyers ruled), and companies were guaranteed to face juries bent on big judgments. The passage of tort reform curbed that practice, but a plaintiff-friendly Supreme Court could completely undo the gains that we have made.

We will work hard to keep a fair and balanced judiciary. Free enterprise and entrepreneurship require an impartial, fair, and rule-of-law judiciary – the idea and practice of “legislating from the bench” undermines the foundation of our free-market economy, thus impacting employers and employees.

Below is information about the two campaigns. Please consider supporting both candidates. In Mississippi, individuals and political action committees cannot contribute more than $5,000 per candidate for supreme court candidates. Corporations cannot contribute more than $1,000 per a year to a candidate.

** Associate Justice Josiah Coleman
District 3, Place 3

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Committee to Reelect Josiah Coleman
PO Box 2264
Oxford, MS 38655

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