Common Sense for Common Pleas

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Philadelphia needs more decent, ethical, and compassionate judges.

Beth is the only candidate for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia that has cross filed, she appears on the Republican and Democratic sides of the ballot for the May 21 primary. For judicial elections this is possible and as far as we are concerned at Team Beth, all judges should. A judge needs to be non-partisan.

During Beth’s campaign for District Attorney in 2017, she received multi-partisan support and this network of Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Libertarians, etc., continue support for this campaign. The all-consuming work of campaigning is multiplied for us in this race due to cross filing and we are not going the traditional road for a campaign for Judge.

Some candidates for Judge had to be removed from the ballot due to inappropriate petition signatures, but not us! We brought in thousands of Republican and Democrat signatures with no issues due to the support of our fantastic team. The powers that be do not always support a candidate for Judge that is recommended by the Bar Association. Beth has received a Recommended rating from the Philadelphia Bar Association.

We are not the only people in Philadelphia tired of the status quo for judicial elections, we are challenging this culture and it is hard work. The high road is the path of most resistance, and we need you on this walk with us. Please visit our Volunteer Page and Make a Donation Page for more information on how to support Beth Grossman.

Be sure to vote in the Primary on May 21st!

Beth appears at #13 on the Democratic Ballot and #104 on the Republican Ballot.

Justice and Compassion.

Beth Grossman for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia.

Paid for by Beth Grossman for Judge

Aja Beech

Treasurer

Fundraiser for Beth Grossman

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Please Join Us

 

Invite

Wednesday May 1, 2019

5:30-7:30 pm

LaScala’s Restaurant

615 Chestnut St Philadelphia, pa 19106

 

Host Committee:

Tom Duffy, Esq.      Honorable Paul P Panepinto      Honorable Michael Meehan     Joseph McColgan

 

Ken Fulginiti, Esq.        Linwood Holland       Billy Lanzilotti     Joseph Maiellano

Paul Masciantonio Esq     Vincent Minnitti     William Morrin, Esq.     Joshua Novotney

Ronald Panepinto      Honorable Ralph Sposato

Interview with PGN

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In March, Beth was included in a piece at the Philadelphia Gay News about The Victory Fund.

“I can’t emphasize my support enough, and am glad things have changed for the Human Relations Commission, although dealing with Harrisburg is another matter,” she said. “Look, I was a prosecutor for nearly 22 years. When you see people victimized due to sexual orientation and gender identification, it’s upsetting.”

Grossman knows that if she wins her judgeship for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, at-Large, that she won’t get to pick her jurisdiction. But if she has her druthers, she would choose juvenile court.

“I think one of the most vulnerable populations is LGBTQ youth because they face issues of homelessness and are subject to trafficking. There is so much trauma and need in those courtrooms.”

You can read the full piece by A.D. Amorosi here.

Philadelphia Firefighters’ and Paramedics’ Union of the International Association of Fire Fighters – Local 22 has endorsed Beth Grossman for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia

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IAF

 

“I am proud and humbled to announce that the Philadelphia Firefighters’ and Paramedics’ Union of the International Association of Fire Fighters – Local 22 has endorsed my candidacy as a judicial candidate for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.”

– Beth Grossman