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Marshall Kicks-Off Judicial Campaign

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April 15, 2008

Albany -- The Presidential campaign gets most of the attention, but we'll vote in a lot of other races this November.

A judicial candidate kicked off her campaign in Albany Tuesday night.

Denise Marshall is an Albany magistrate judge and associate state court judge. She's running for Superior Court judge and met voters at a reception at the Carnegie Library Tuesday.

Marshall says she's running to continue and strengthen her service to the community.

"I have invested a career in judicial service. This is just the next step for me. I care about my community, I care about the people that I serve. I'm passionate about it and excited about it. I strongly feel that strong courts build strong communities," said Judge Denise Marshall.

Judge Loring Gray is retiring after more than 20 years on the Dougherty Superior Court bench. Municipal Court Judge Willie Weaver is the only other announced candidate.

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