Five of the ten most-read postings in the Blogland in December involved judicial races and legal reform, and the month's most-discussed posting was an interview with a judicial candidate. This says to us that our readers are interested in these issues. Seeing as how we're big fans of our fans, we think their concerns are important.
For the benefit of our readers, we emailed the candidates in the upcoming judicial votes, offering them opportunities to be interviewed in the Blogland. We wanted to introduce them to our readers and learn a little bit more about them.
It might not come as much of surprise to you that we're still waiting to hear from most of them.
There are two judicial candidates who did interview with the Blogland, and we appreciate their taking the time to let us know a little bit about them:
- Kristi Harrington, a special prosecutor with the Berkeley County Solicitor's office who is seeking the vacant 9th Judicial Circuit Court seat,
- Melissa Emery, a Myrtle Beach family law attorney who is seeking the vacant 15th Judicial Circuit Family Court seat.