North Carolina Advocates for Justice Political Action Committee Endorsing Deputy Commissioner Keischa Lovelace

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The North Carolina Advocates for Justice Political Action Committee (PAC) is endorsing Keischa Lovelace for the Court of Appeals seat formerly held by retired Chief Judge John Martin. The candidate with the most votes in the 19-candidate contest on the November ballot will serve an eight year term.

Ms. Lovelace currently serves as a Deputy Commissioner with the North Carolina Industrial Commission where she adjudicates workers compensation claims and disputes between injured North Carolinians and the State of North Carolina. During her tenure with the Industrial Commission she served as a Special Deputy Commissioner and Claims Administration Director.

Ms. Lovelace’s legal experience includes working as an assistant appellate defender and clerking for two North Carolina Court of Appeals judges: Judge James A. Wynn, Jr. and Judge Robert A. Hunter.

“Keischa Lovelace is the most recent addition to an outstanding, bipartisan slate of judicial candidates,” noted NCAJ PAC Chair Lyndon Helton. “We believe she has the experience, intelligence, and passion to serve North Carolina well.”

2014 NCAJ PAC-Endorsed Judicial Candidates

Supreme Court
Chief Justice Mark Martin
Justice Robin Hudson
Justice Cheri Beasley
Justice Robert N. Hunter, Jr.

Court of Appeals
Judge Donna Stroud
Judge Mark Davis
Judge Lucy Inman
Deputy Commissioner Keischa Lovelace

The North Carolina Advocates for Justice is a nonpartisan association of legal professionals dedicated to protecting people’s rights through community, education, and advocacy. For more information contact North Carolina Advocates for Justice CEO Dick Taylor at 919-832-1413.

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