It seems like it was just yesterday that Christine L. Croce took the bench to replace the retiring honorable Judith L. Hunter as Judge for the Summit County Common Pleas Court. Now, after enjoying a little less than a year in her judgeship, it has come time for Judge Croce to run to retain her seat.
In order to keep her seat as Judge of the Summit County Common Pleas Court, Christine Croce will run for office in the November 4, 2014 general election. If elected, Judge Croce will serve in her position as Judge for a full 6 year term, starting on February 10, 2015. To make this happen we need the support of valued voters and community members like you!
There’s no doubt about it, Judge Christine Croce has found her passion in being a trial judge in Summit County. Ironically, Judge Croce started her legal career prosecuting cases in the Summit County Common Pleas Court, and now acting as Summit County Common Pleas Judge almost 20 years later, Christine Croce is confident that she has found the job she wishes to do until retirement. Christine Croce has the determination and the experience to keep Summit County Common Pleas Court operating effectively in achieving more for the community.
As Judge, Christine Croce realizes the impact of her decisions. When a matter is brought into her courtroom, she does not see just another case number on a file; she sees the people involved — individuals who are an intricate part of the greater Summit County community. It’s Judge Croce’s mission to serve these individuals to the best of her ability. From trials and court reform, to programs, budgets and planning, Christine Croce can build a court system that the Summit County community can rely on and respect. After all, Christine Croce has the right experience, making her the right choice for judge. As Judge Croce has said before, “I know what needs to be done, and I know how to do it.” With the help of valued voters in the community like you, Judge Croce can find victory in the next election and continue to serve Summit County and its court system.