Miller has track record

As a former justice of the peace and mayor of the Borough of Roaring Spring for 12 years, I have had the opportunity to interact with many of the current and past judges of Blair County.

It is without hesitation that I endorse Fred Miller for judge of the Blair County Court of Common Pleas.

As correctly stated by former Secretary of Agriculture, Sam Hayes Jr., Judge Miller does not need a learning curve; he has over 10 years of judicial experience.

During his time on the bench, Miller has earned the respect and admiration of the community he serves and law enforcement personnel. He has a proven track record of impartiality and has shown the ability to make the difficult decisions – decisions others avoid.

Judge Miller is fair yet tough on those who break the law. I ask you to join me and vote for Judge Fred Miller on May 21 – a judge for judge.

Dick Butler

Roaring Spring

Miller has track record

Blair County needs a judge with both proven judicial experience and community service.

In addition to 10 years of judicial experience, Judge Fred Miller has a proven track record of community service with the youth of our community.

Miller is a board member of both the Northern Blair Recreation Commission and Kiwanis Club. Through both, he is active in the development of youth programs in our community, including founding and serving as chairman of the annual Kiwanis Holiday Basketball Tournament.

Miller served on the committee that established the Blair County Central Booking facility and is a member of the Criminal Justice Advisory Board. Also, Miller was recognized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court when they appointed him to serve on the statewide Minor Judiciary Education Board.

I ask each of you to join me in support of Judge Fred Miller to the Blair County Court of Common Pleas.

Murray Fetzer, Tyrone