Brown Staked to Massive Lead in Judicial Race

University Park resident Mary Brown, one of five Democrats vying for the vacant judge’s seat in the 301st Family District Court, earned 65.13 percent of the 28,610 votes cast in early balloting.

The next-highest total went to assistant district attorney Craig Bonham, who earned 15.66 percent. Another University Park resident, former judge David Hanschen, got 9.39 percent.

Highland Park High School graduate George White received 5.29 percent of the county-wide vote, and Lawrence J. Praeger brought up the rear with 4.53 percent.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *