Justice for All.
Where does Greg Paulson stand on integrity?
As you may have heard, I will not be participating in the judicial candidate forum hosted by LNP and the Lancaster Bar Association on October 23rd.
It is in the best interests of all voters to hear from candidates for public office so that they can make an informed choice when voting on November 5th. As a judge, I’ll be asked to provide equal justice under the law to each and every individual in my courtroom, and it is my commitment that they will receive it. I cannot therefore participate in a forum that is not welcoming to all equally in a venue that has a reputation of being far from impartial.
My campaign has made every effort to encourage a change of venue so that I and the entire community would feel welcome to participate, but we were ultimately unsuccessful.
As an alternative to this event, our campaign will be hosting a live town hall on Facebook the evening of the forum, starting at 7pm. You, the voter, deserve to hear from me personally about my values, and I want to hear from you.
I ask for your support now and on November 5th. We deserve integrity, fairness, and justice for all in Lancaster County.
- Lancaster Bible College named among ‘absolute worst’ campuses for LGBT students – LNP, August 31, 2016
- Lancaster Bible College requests exemptions to Title IX anti-discrimination law – LNP, May 8, 2016
Meet Greg Paulson
Greg Paulson has spent his entire 45-year legal career working for justice for people from all walks of life. From a legal services and pro bono lawyer representing the underserved and victims of domestic violence, to a private sector attorney serving individuals and businesses, to a business law instructor at a local college, Greg has served wide range of clients with dedication and integrity.
As a victim of violent crime himself, Greg understands the pain experienced by victims of crime and their need for a just resolution. As an attorney with a long and distinguished career, he also understands the importance of treating those accused of crimes with fairness and impartiality. As Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Greg Paulson will work for justice for all.