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Last Pitch: Pamela Sirmon for 320th District Court

Prior to the March 6th primary, we invited every local candidate running for a judicial spot to tell voters their last pitch before election day. These article originally were published on Friday, March 2nd, but are being republished as a way of better educating voters on their important choices. Election Day is Tuesday, May 22nd.


Pamela Cook Sirmon, Republican for 320th District Court

Why should voters choose you on May 22nd?

Experience matters.

I am the only candidate with 19+ years of judicial experience. I work daily in all areas of the law covered by the 320th District Court - family, criminal and civil. I've presided over 411 jury trials and 100s of trials to the bench. I'm the only candidate with an established track record of what I can do when elected. I pledge to operate the 320th like I have Potter County Court at Law #2 - efficiently. My staff and I are mindful of others time and are courteous to the litigants, attorneys, and general public.

I would appreciate your vote on May 22nd


Last Pitch: Walt Weaver for Potter County Court at Law #1

Last Pitch: Steven Denny for 320th District Court