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“It would be an honor and a privilege to serve Montgomery County and it’s an honor that the voters of Montgomery County saw fit to elect me to this position,” Montgomery said, pointing to Langer’s integrity, legal ability and judicial temperament. “Judge Langer is so smart and thoughtful … they’re enormous shoes to fill. … I certainly want to make sure that I carry all of those same attributes to the bench.”
Helen Wallace won the Montgomery County Juvenile Court judge position over recently appointed incumbent Judge Jeff Rezabek with 54.18 percent.
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“I am very, very proud to be the first woman juvenile court judge in Montgomery County’s history,” Wallace said. “That feels very, very good and I’m humbled and honored by the voters’ support and confidence in me and I plan to do the very best job possible that I can.”
Judicial races officially are non-partisan but all winners were supported by the Democratic party. All three also were former county assistant prosecutors.
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