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July 14, 2004

Albany- Whichever primary you choose next week, you'll vote in several non-partisan judge's races.

One of the state court of appeals candidates was in Albany Wednesday. Tom Rawlings is a full-time juvenile court judge in the Middle Georgia Circuit. Rawlings says he has valuable experience in the appeals court because he served as a staff attorney to its judges.

"I wanted to make sure we had a candidate in this race who not only worked at the court of appeals, but who also had full time judicial experience," he said.

Rawlings lives in Sandersville. He's one of six candidates in the race.

posted at 10:20 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com

 

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