GOP Candidate Defends Second Career As Radio Host

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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There's only one probate judge race in Connecticut this election cycle but it's shaping up to be a good one between a successful talk-radio host and a well-known divorce attorney. And neither is too shy about pointing out the other's perceived flaws.

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  • Marjorie Partch

    Since when does hosting a human interest radio show that covers all kinds of family themes, such as coping with aging parents, require any defense for a prospective Judge of Probate? One would think that promulgating easily disproven lies about one’s opponent’s qualifications would warrant more scrutiny. Thank you: Any question concerning the candidates’ relative integrity is self-evident in this article.



    As an ever-growing number of testimonials from clients on both sides of the aisle demonstrate, Lisa Wexler’s extensive Probate experience is grounded in advocating for the interests of the families she has represented over the past twenty-plus years, rather than her own, or “the System’s.”



    Marjorie Partch

    Third Generation Democrat

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