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Tice-Raskin my choice for judge

I have known Rob Tice-Raskin as a community man, father, and friend for nearly 10 years, and know he would be a great judge for our community.

While working full time as a federal prosecutor, Rob has tirelessly served our community in many ways including as a local Judge Pro Tem, Trustee of the Pleasant Ridge School District and volunteer for our schools and various youth activities.

Rob is very humble about his Ivy League education and many years of legal experience both in the private and public sectors.

I’m always impressed by Rob’s thoughtful approach to issues and the way he looks at problems from multiple views. “Doing the right thing” has always been very important to Rob even when it may not have been the most popular solution.

One time while on a long mountain bike ride with Rob, I asked him why he left a lucrative private practice to work in the public sector. Rob said it was simple: he really loves to serve the community.

I believe we should all make the choice to support Rob for Superior Court Judge.

Glenn Kenes


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