Judge Burman is committed to the community

Monday, November 5, 2018

Judge Burman is commited to the community

Dear Editor,

I am in support of Judge Kerry Burman to be elected as your next Dawson County Justice of the Peace. As the Judge for the City of Glendive Judge Kerry Burman has worked hard to continue her education to assist her with her daily judicial activities. Judge Burman has attended the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada and in addition has several online classes she has completed from the college. Judge Burman successfully attended the two-week Montana Judicial Institute held in Missoula. Judge Burman has gone above and beyond in her training as a Judicial Officer and she is more than qualified to be your next Dawson County Justice of the Peace.

Judge Burman is a legal resource I use to assist me with issues that may arise in my current job as the Fergus County Justice of the Peace/Lewistown City Judge. Judge Burman is a member of the Montana Magistrates Association Legislative Committee. For Judge Burman to transition from the job as City Judge to Justice of the Peace, it would be a seamless transition.

Judge Burman is committed to the Dawson County Community as she volunteers in numerous activities to include being a volunteer on the ambulance and her volunteer work she has done and continues to do for the Miss Montana/Miss Outstanding Teen scholarship organization (With two of my daughters having been involved in past competitions). Judge Burman has strong lasting ties with the community and the schools. It is this involvement that makes her more than qualified to be your next Dawson County Justice of the Peace.

I encourage you to vote for Judge Kerry Burman as the next Dawson County Justice of the Peace, but above all else, be sure to VOTE.

Thank You!

Kelly Mantooth

Lewistown, MT