Circuit Judge candidate Adam Warren of Daytona Beach to hold fundraiser tonight in Ormond

Circuit Judge candidate Adam Warren of Daytona Beach with campaign booster Mimi Hall of DeLand / Headline Surfer®
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Adam, Warren, a Daytona Beach resident and candidate for circuit judge (Group 20) in the 2014 elections poses with campaign supporter Mimi Hill of DeLand in this recent shot after a recent fundraiser. He has another one tight at the the Beach Bucket Bar & Grill, 867 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, as shown in the locator map.
 

ORMOND BEACH -- Circuit Judge candidate Adam Warren understands understands that in order to run a multi-county campaign he needs to generate as much funding as possible in three weeks ahead leading up to early voting and the August 26 primary in his quest for a circuit judgeship.

Tonight, Warren will play host tonight to yet another fundraiser, this time at what among to his is now his is holding a fundraiser from 5 to 7 tonight at the Beach Bucket Bar & Grill, 867 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach.

"Every opportunity to raise the rtevenue needed to commiunicate with voters is vital at this time," stressed Warren, who has so far raised cloe to $50,000.

Warren is vying for a judgeship in the 7th judicial circuit that encompasses Volusia, Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns counties in a three-way race that will first test his candidacy with the Aug. 26 primary. Should he receive 50 percent plus one extra vote, he would win the judgeship outright. Otherwise, the top two vote-getters would square off in the November general election.

Warren, 39, is the son of former Volusia County Judge Stasia Warren and the late Dan Warren, who was the circuit's state attorney during the turbulent 1960s, and who later marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in St. Augustine to desegregate the beaches.

The younger Warren, a former prosecutor and law clerk for the 5th District Court of Appeal under Judge Judge Wendy Berger, finished second in the 2012 primary in a field of five, before coming up short in the runoff to Christopher Kelly.

Warren has used the experience of that campaign to springboard his candidacy in this election cycle."I'm excited about the prospect of following in my parents foot steps, especially my mom who proudly served this community," Warren said. "The courtroom was my second home with her as a prosecutor and later on the bench."

Judge candidate Adam Warren of Daytona Beach, FL / Headline Surfer®Adam Warren, a former prosecutor and law clerk for the 5th District Court of Appeal under Judge Judge Wendy Berger, finished second in the 2012 primary in a field of five, before coming up short in the runoff to Christopher Kelly. Warren has used the experience of that campaign to springboard his candidacy in this election cycle.

"I'm excited about the prospect of following in my parents foot steps, especially my mom who proudly served this community," Warren said. "The courtroom was my second home with her as a prosecutor and later on the bench."

Adm Warren fundraiser 2014 elections / Headline Surfer®Tonight's fundraiser at The Beach Bucket includes a wide variety of hot foods and drinks.

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