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Two weeks ago Bridget Mary McCormack walked and talked the gauntlet on Off the Record with Tim Skubick and his gang. She let them know exactly where she stood on issues that she could talk about as a candidate for Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court.

“I’m running for the Michigan Supreme Court because I want to make sure that everyone who goes to court, because they have to or because they want to, gets a fair shake when they get there.”

-Bridget Mary McCormack, Off the Record July 27, 2012 (see video at 14:16).

Bridget Mary McCormack also responded to questions on hot-button issues such as the perception of a lack of integrity among some of the members of the current Michigan Supreme Court.

“More disclosure about funding at the very least and less partisanship are both changes that would improve the integrity and the independence of our Court.”

-Bridget Mary McCormack, Off the Record July 27, 2012 (see video at 18:14).

Although strict rules apply to judicial candidates limiting what they can comment on, Bridget Mary McCormack gave thorough and clear statements of her positions.

Now last night she was on E!, a nationally televised channel, as a guest on Chelsea Lately with her sister Mary McCormack and Chelsea Handler. Bridget Mary McCormack was great and once again talked about her passion for giving ALL PEOPLE A FAIR SHAKE. As Chelsea pointed out, Bridget works very hard to get truly innocent people out of jail when they’ve been wrongfully convicted.

Bridget Mary McCormack is a law professor and the Dean for Clinical Affairs at University of Michigan Law School and is Co-Director of the Michigan Innocence Clinic. For her efforts she received the Patriot Award in 2011 and the Justice for All Award in 2010, among many other accolades.

Remember to vote Bridget Mary McCormack for Michigan Supreme Court Justice on November 6, 2012!

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