DETROIT FREE PRESS ENDORSES INCUMBENT DANIEL PALMER FOR 32A DISTRICT COURT
The Detroit Free Press has officially endorsed incumbent Judge Daniel Palmer for re-election to 32A District Court in Harper Woods.
Here is the announcement:
32A District Court
Incumbent Daniel Palmer, 56, is seeking re-election to his second six-year term. He faces a challenge from Rebekah Coleman, a 34-year-old private practitioner.
Palmer spent 24 years in private practice and served 13 years on the Harper Woods City Commission before beating five rivals to win his first term in 2014. He established diversion courts for truants and offenders suffering from mental illness and was elected president of the Wayne County District Judges Association.
Coleman is making her second bid for judicial office after running unsuccessfully for Wayne County Circuit Court in 2016. She has made no compelling case for turning out an energetic incumbent who has served capably for six years, but we hope she will resume her quest for judicial office in future elections.
Harper Woods voters should re-elect DANIEL PALMER to the 32A District Court.
(October 22, 2020)
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