Candidate For Judge Charissa Liller (Start Me Up Podcast)

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Charissa Liller is a candidate for judge in Bucks County, PA. She has 16 years of experience in family law. She was a social worker and she’s currently a prosecutor. Her hands-on experience working with families gives her a unique insight. She’s also a single mom which would also serve her on the bench. Voting day is on November 5, 2019 (next month!). 

We talked about her life experiences, why she wants to be a judge and why she feels she’s the most qualified candidate. I asked her about sexism in her line of work and we also discussed the need for more women and diversity on the bench. 

The show ends with my informal take on the Democratic Debates.

Follow Charissa on Twitter:  @CharissaLiller
Visit her website HERE 

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Kimberley A. Johnson is an author and an activist for women’s rights, a contributor at The Huffington Post and has her own Patreon writing site. She is the Director of Media and Public Relations Spokesperson for the national advocacy group We Are Woman. Her books include Peyton's Choice, American Woman: The Poll Dance and The Virgin Diaries. She portrayed a police officer on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives for seven years. She's also a former spinster, but will always be a crazy cat lady.

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