By Jacqueline Pitts, The Bottom Line
The Kentucky Chamber and the Partnership for Commonsense Justice (PCJ) pull back the curtain on the two men vying for an open seat on Kentucky’s highest state court.
In the video below, you will meet judges Glenn Acree and Larry VanMeter, who are running to fill the vacancy left by retiring Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Mary Noble. The Bottom Line Managing Editor Jacqueline Pitts sat down with both candidates to discuss their motivations and the election in this piece from the Kentucky Chamber and PCJ.
The Partnership for Commonsense Justice is Kentucky’s leading voice for tort reform and a watchdog on the state’s judicial system. The PCJ promotes a balanced, efficient and fair legal system and encourages voter participation in judicial elections. The PCJ seeks to educate Kentuckians about legislative issues and judicial actions that affect the culture and economy of our Commonwealth. www.kycommonsense.org
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is the major catalyst, consensus builder and advocate for a thriving economic climate in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce supports a prosperous business climate in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and works to advance Kentucky through advocacy, information, program management and customer service in order to promote business retention and recruitment. kychamber.com