Election of a judge is not a popularity contest, a lifetime achievement award or a contest for who has tried the most cases, handled the most appeals or been in public service the longest. Rather the voter is deciding who will make the best judge. I submit to you that the best judges are those that are smart, hardworking and independent. Additionally for the Court of Appeals, which is one of the busiest courts in the country, you need someone who has experience with the substantive areas of the law reviewed by the Court and who can oversee a large case load to make sure that decisions are rendered in a timely and efficient manner. Sara Doyle (me) brings all of these qualifications to the table. I graduated at the top of my law school class, I have experience trying cases and handling appeals, I have worked on virtually every type of substantive civil legal issue heard by the Court of Appeals and as an equity partner at Holland & Knight, one of the largest law firms in the country, I am the only candidate with the experience of leading a team of attorneys to move a large case load efficiently through the court system. This is legal experience that is needed on the Court of Appeals. For more information, see my website at www.votesaradoyle.com. To compare all of the candidates, watch the October 20 debate found on Georgia Public Broadcast's website.
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