It’s nice when companies sponsor public events (like the May Day Festival in West Chester on May 5), but isn’t this a little crass:
Besides the yard signs for a judicial candidate near the bottom, the table also held campaign literature and buttons.
The same law firm, whose second named partner is the former long-time head of the ChesCo Republican party and has been Chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board since 2011, also openly supported a judge candidate in 2011.
How much do a big law firm, a political party, and a judge candidate work together around here? Too much.