In a survey conducted by the N.C. Bar Association, local attorneys were asked to rate the judicial candidates in several areas. Please see below for the results of this survey, and how I compare to my opponent…
The following information comes from the North Carolina Bar Association. The original can be found at http://jpe.ncbar.org/2012-judicial-race-information/andrew-keever-and-judge-victoria-l-roemer.aspx.
Proud to take some time off from campaigning to participate in the JDRF Winston-Salem Walk to Cure Diabetes.This cause is very important to us because our oldest son, Andrew Thomas, and our niece, Sarah, as well as a number of amazing people in our community have to deal with Type 1 diabetes on a daily basis. JDRF is leading the way in funding research and studies to cure, treat, and prevent Type 1 diabetes. All of the JDRF staff, event planners, volunteers, and sponsors should be commended for making this one of the most successful Walks ever. Together we can cure this disease. Go Team Super Andrew!
My wife, Meg, and I were pleased to participate in the 4th Annual Matthew Gfeller Memorial Doughnut Run 5K this morning. This fun event helps to remember Matt, raise money for traumatic brain injury research, and bring our community together. The Krispy Kreme doughnuts were delicious at the half way point. Thanks to all the sponsors and volunteers that make this great event possible. #57
Thank you to Bob and Sallie Buhrman for writing a letter to the Editor of the Winston-Salem Journal on my behalf.
Today, I attended the First Annual Luncheon to end domestic violence in Forsyth County. Home Free brought together many members of our community to call all of us to action to end domestic violence. I was able to meet the keynote speaker, Victor Rivas Rivers, who spoke about his own harrowing story of surviving a violent home. Another highlight was an amazing performance by Forsyth County group Authoring Action. This event is another excellent example of the importance of us coming together as a united community to eradicate a major problem. Special thanks to Family Services Inc. and the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina for planning and organizing this important event.