Please join us and hear from many of the candidates vying for one of three open slots on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court this year, at this non-partisan forum. That's almost half the court which will be newly elected this year. The PA Supremes review many cases every year which impact workers' rights, protected class discrimination, campaign financing, voting rights and many other issues critical to our state. Their decisions can set legal precedents for decades. Don't miss this chance to hear from the candidates directly before you vote on these important offices May 19.
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