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Hello Friends, Family and Citizens of Columbia County!

I would like to thank everyone for their support over the years, electing me as Constable for my first term in Benton Township, and my second term in Sugarloaf Township. I would not be where I am without the support and encouragement of my constituents. Thank you for putting your faith in me, and entrusting me with the role of Constable in your municipality. I have enjoyed serving this great community over the last 7 years! With that being said, I would like to announce my intent to seek election to the office of Magisterial District Judge of Columbia County 26-3-01.

Over the last 7 years as Constable, I have worked very hard to change the reputation of the Constabulary in this county. I have taken my position very seriously, and I have always approached the job with a focus on impartiality, integrity and respect. I have always considered myself “of the people, for the people”. My mission, as Magisterial District Judge, would be to provide the citizens of this community with an efficient and independent municipal court with the same focus. A court dedicated to due process, the control of crime, and the prospect of rehabilitation, as well as one proven to be judicious with resources and economical to taxpayers.

In February, petitions will be circulated to obtain signatures in order to have my name placed on the ballot for the Primary Election in May. I would appreciate your help in acquiring this spot on the ballot! I also welcome any constructive advice or criticism from the community. I would love to hear from business owners, landlords, law enforcement and citizens of the community, as to how the court can be more efficient, and work better for you!

Thank you in advance for your continued support!

Lucinda Welsh

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