Protect Geauga Parks announces the endorsement of Matthew Rambo for Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge.
Matt Rambo is running for judge in opposition to Timothy J. Grendell on the Republican ballot in the March 17, 2020 Primary Election.
The position of Probate Judge is crucial to the future of our park district because the Probate judge, by law, has sole responsibility for appointing members of the Geauga Park District Board of Commissioners. The current Judge has made these appointments without regard for the candidates’ experience or commitment to conservation.
Protect Geauga Parks believes that Matt Rambo:
- Will use good judgement in appointing park commissioners who care about the parks, demonstrate a proven conservation ethic, and are committed to preserving our parks’ natural resources.
- Will appoint the Park Board based on citizen input and appreciation for qualified park management.
- Is more than qualified for this position, with twelve years of experience in the court system as a Staff Attorney and Magistrate and three years in private practice.
- Demonstrates a love for our parks. He and his family are frequent visitors. They enjoy visiting the parks and participating in naturalist programs, from the Timbertots preschool program to family hikes.
We believe Matt Rambo’s election will lead the park district back to its founding mission to “Conserve, Preserve and Protect” our beautiful natural parks.
We have been waiting for 6 years to unseat the current Judge. This is our opportunity.
Primary Election Date MARCH 17, 2020
To vote in the Probate/Juvenile Court Judge race, you must request a Republican Party ballot.
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I appreciate you endorsing him. I would also like to know his agenda regarding the treatment of children and families and what he will do differently. Those people, like the wildlife, cannot speak, because if they try to, there is punishment involved.
I am glad you have gotten his commitment about the parks. I support that. I would like to know more details of what he plans to differently for the families and the children. Like the wildlife, the victims of the current judge are silent and cannot speak out. If any do, they have been or will be punished by the current judge. I pray for the families in crisis in this county, that there will be wise and prudent oversight of their futures. Juvenile judges have enormous power over the destinies of people.