WES ADAMS 
FOR JUDGE

THE COMMUNITY CHOICE

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NIC KIPKE ENDORSES WES ADAMS

" I’ve known Wes Adams for many years. We met on the campaign trail as he successfully ran for Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney. I got to know Wes well, and came to know him as a caring father and family man, an excellent prosecutor, and someone who genuinely cares about justice, helping people, and keeping our community safe. His work as state’s attorney justified my faith in him. He did outstanding work, tackling not just crime related to the opioid epidemic, but actively contributing to the solution.  Through his work he showed that he was tough on serious and violent crime.  When I learned that he had decided to run for judge I knew that he would be an excellent choice. "

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THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF

Legal Experience & Community Knowledge

A community leader with 25 years legal experience, Wes Adams  has the right combination of skills  for Judge. His knowledge and involvement in the community and with students is unmatched. He has the right experience to deliver the most appropriate and fair decisions that we need from a judge in Anne Arundel County.

WEs Adams for Judge

Candidate of the Community

 

 As a Judge, Wes Adams will continue to reflect the values  of our community and be tough on those who  commit violent crimes and compassionate with  non-violent offenders.  


He is the most experienced person running for judge and is the only candidate with a proven track record of holding violent and repeat offenders accountable, helping to rehabilitate non-violent offenders and pro-actively working with our vulnerable populations (children, minorities, elderly and the disabled) to help them avoid  becoming victims of crime. 


EXPERIENCE YOU CAN TRUST

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COMMUNITY PARTNER

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

JUDICIAL INNOVATOR

Business Partner of the Year with the Anne Arundel County Public Schools


Drug Court - provides  non-violent offenders a path to sobriety and to becoming productive members of our community - Doubled in size


First Veterans Court -  non-violent veteran offenders, allowing our veterans to be treated by a judicial system sensitive to the issues they face

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JUDICIAL INNOVATOR

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

JUDICIAL INNOVATOR

 Wes Adams has been a contributor and leader in the judicial system


Worked with the State Legislature to create new laws to meet the quickly changing technological landscape used by criminals


Leading judicial teacher of judges and lawyers throughout the Country on the rules of evidence


Successfully argued before the highest court's in Maryland

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PROVEN TRACK RECORD

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

Reduction of overall crime by 14%.

Created an innovative, technologically advance prosecution team 


Lowered the murder rate by  50% 


Maryland Governor's Award for Crime Victims Rights 


Virginia Mahoney Lifetime award for Victim Advocacy



Video voter information - vote by June 2nd

Mail In Ballots Due June 2nd

Ballots for the June 2nd Primary Election have been mailed to all eligible voters.  Please remember to cast your vote for Wes Adams for Judge and return your postage pre-paid ballot before June 2, 2020.  Thank you. 

Wes Adams for Judge - Protecting Students

Wes worked with the Anne Arundel County Public Schools for years to break the school to prison pipeline, and protect students. They are our future.  The ballots have been mailed; check your mailbox for yours. Please cast your vote for Wes Adams for Circuit Court Judge.

Wes Adams for Judge - Rebuilding Veterans

Wes Adams helped create a Veteran's Court diversion program to help Veterans with addiction and mental health issues, address these problems, resolve their cases and return to our community. 

Wes Adams for Judge - Smart on Crime

When it comes to criminal justice, Wes Adams brings a balanced approach to the bench, just as he did while State’s Attorney: rebuilding lives, and holding violent criminals accountable. Please vote Wes Adams for Circuit Court Judge. Mail in your ballot by June 2.

What You Need to Know About This Judicial Election

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FACTS:

  • 4 retirees, 4 judge positions, 6 candidates
  • Existing judges are temporary
  • They were chosen by Governor Hogan
  • All candidates on both Democratic and Republican Ballots


YOU, Anne Arundel County Citizens are the ones who choose the permanent judges

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