Florida Pinellas Pasco Judicial Race Among Most Important of 2004

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Judge George W. Greer challenged for the first time in 12 years

On August 31, 2004 - residents of Pinellas and Pasco counties will have the first opportunity in 12 years to decide by election who will be Circuit Judge, in Group 18, for the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Pinellas and Pasco Counties. Residents can also go to their local election office and take the early voting option between August 16th through the 31st. Circuit Judges are elected to office only once every 6 years.

Jan Govan (a 36-year resident of the area, an attorney of good standing with over 20 years of experience representing Florida's families, and a concerned citizen) asks residents of Pinellas and Pasco counties to consider casting a vote in his favor for "change" in what many style as a corrupt Court system.

Pinellas and Pasco citizens certainly deserve a choice in their courts instead of having current Sixth Judicial Circuit Judge George W. Greer and what many consider (based on preponderance of evidence) to be his unjust and misguided rulings (in past and present court cases) rammed down their throats which gives a bad name and taste to Pinellas and Pasco counties both in Florida and the rest of the United States of America.

The current sitting judge has developed a liking to ruling without allowing juries, routinely blocking, disallowing or ignoring evidence and has found himself at ease in signing civil death warrants that lead to the intentionally caused deaths of our vulnerable veterans, disabled, battered women and neglected elderly.

Ordering a caused death is ordering the crime of murder. Many do not want judges to have authority to order people to be put to death who have committed no crimes. It is apparent to people with a semblance of moral character and the slightest amount of common sense that this particular judge has gone off the deep end, as he thinks it is somehow his job, duty and self-proclaimed right to use his position of Trust to operate some sort of societal 'CLEANSICIDE' by setting case precedent, Greer's own words, "Law of the Case", to give this power to effect civil deaths of our vulnerable citizens.

A vote for GOVAN will put an end to the reign of Judge George W. Greer, styled by many as Pinellas/Pasco's "Starve the Helpless to Death killing Judge." This in the family court no less.

Right now people who can vote for Jan Govan and others (both inside and outside of Pinellas and Pasco) who can contribute to his campaign throughout the United States are urged to do so. According to Brant Bailey, Campaign Chairman for Jan Govan's campaign those who can contribute to Jan's campaign should follow these important guidelines:

A contribution can be made up to $500.00 for each person (can include spouse, etc.). Include your: (1) Name, (2) Address, and (3) Your occupation. Send your check to: JAN GOVAN CAMPAIGN, 542 Bay Avenue, Clearwater, Florida 33756.

Further, if anyone would like to ENDORSE Jan Govan's campaign in your publications, or to find out further information in regards to how you can help support Jan’s campaign in other ways please call 727-298-1101. Jan is also open to interviews. The following is the website for Jan Govan's Campaign: http://www.jangovan.com

"As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances there is a twilight where everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight that we all must be aware of the change in the air -however slight- lest we become unwitting victims of darkness." - United States Supreme Court Justice, William Douglas.

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