Judge Mckoy-Mitchell joins Carrie B. Cook, Founder and others at the Annual Summer Soirée of EmpowHERment .
Mission: Empowering a continuous network of girls and women to be leaders in their community through mentorship, talent development and advocacy.
Judge Rickye Mckoy-Mitchell has devoted her career to serving Mecklenburg County with dignity, fairness and a passion for law and justice. Re-elect Judge Rickye Mckoy-Mitchell to continue serving our community in Nov 2018.
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Today marks 20 years of service to
Mecklenburg County District Court!
Twenty years ago today, I was sworn in as a Mecklenburg County District Court Judge. I still recall the excitement of that day and the eagerness to do my best to serve knowledgeably, fairly, respectfully and impartially. I am honored and humbled that, with no opposition to my candidacy, I will continue to serve the community as a District Court Judge.
Although I will now be elected from the newly created Judicial District 26G, I will continue to serve and preside over cases throughout Mecklenburg County. I feel even more committed today to serve you with that same level of excellence from the bench and in the community and to continue to “see faces and not just cases.” Thank you for your continued support!
With Great Appreciation,
Judge Rickye McKoy-Mitchell
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As I reflect upon and continue to be proud of our campaign, I think about the true meaning of #FacesNotJustCases. I met faces all across the great state of North Carolina and sought a seat at the North Carolina Court of Appeals because of the faces behind the thousand of cases I have presided over in District Court. I still believe North Carolina deserves judges with Experience, Fairness, Commitment and Respect.
I was encouraged by and greatly appreciated your prayers, words, and comments to me in person, emails, Facebook posts, Instagram and Twitter pages. I am greatful to my family, friends, endorsers, campaign volunteers and suporters who have given of their time, talent and treasures as well as the 2,000,000 plus voters who made sure thir voices and votes were heard and mattered. I am still honored to continue to serve you as a District Court Judge and am still comited to continue to see, “faces and not just cases.”
Thank you North Carolina! Thank you for continuing to belive in me and in #FacesNotJustCases
November 3rd will always be a special date. Eighteen years ago today after an appointment, I was elected to my first term as a District Court Judge.
Tonight, I will march alongside Congressman John Lewis as a part of the Sensational Six! Congressman Lewis will be leading a march to the polls and underline the importance of Early Voting. The march will also celebrate the Sensational Six-North Carolina’s African American Statewide candidates.
The march will be from 5-6:30pm and will begin at Martin Luther King Park and end at Bette Rae Thomas Rec Center,
2921 Tuckaseegee Rd., here in Charlotte where you can cast your Early Vote.