After a very detailed endorsement interview, the editorial board of the Chronicle-Telegram editorial committee endorsed Jamison against Republican incumbent Patrick Fischer.
In a rare move, Laborers' District Council of Ohio endorses Democrat Judge Terri Jamison over her Republican opponent incumbent Patrick Fischer.
Ohio Supreme Court races have garnered national attention. The three Democratic candidates, all women, have completed the CosmoQuiz which is released in October's Cosmopolitan magazine. The national attention further demonstrates that these races are the linchpin in Ohio democracy.
Plain Dealer editorial endorsement board finds, " Jamison seems more than up for the job. She is thoughtful, collegial and in command of the issues, with a strong commitment to equal justice, an end to racial disparities and criminal and civil justice reforms.
The Board concluded, Terri Jamison would be an asset to the state's highest court."
"I'm very honored to receive the endorsement from one of the premier news outlets in the state of Ohio. I hope that the voters will listen to the interview and make the right conclusion which leads them to vote for me to have Equal Justice and protect our democracy," Jamison said.
BIG NEWS: @HRC PAC just announced it is endorsing me for Ohio Supreme Court. HRC PAC only endorses candidates who will be strong voices for equality and who are building campaigns that are on-track to win. I’m honored to receive the endorsement.
Judge Talks Collaboration and Diversity
Check out this interview with Judge Terri Jamison who expounds on why collaboration and diversity matter when choosing a justice for the Ohio Supreme Court.
Portsmouth prepared for Jamison's visit. She shares more in common with Southern Ohio than most being Appalachian herself. Driving through Portsmouth to Ohio for years before her parents passed away gave her a preview of the roots she shares with local residents.
Terri Jamison, candidate for Associate Justice on the Ohio Supreme Court, received the coveted Canary Candidate endorsement from Senator Sherrod Brown. Brown, who wears the canary on his lapel, remarked that Jamison is a former mine worker in determining to endorse her for the race.
Terri Jamison joined Justice Jennifer Brunner in a visit to Chillicothe for an event featuring the Justice. Able to speak to a packed room, Jamison spoke on her experience and journey to the bench and the link between them. The three candidates for the Supreme Court refer to themselves as "Sisters In Law".
At a meeting on the Friday before Memorial Day, she traveled to St. Clairsville to meet with UMWA members. The Ohio State Council of Coal Miners voted unanimously to endorse Terri Jamison for Associate Justice on the Ohio Supreme Court.
Who is Running for Ohio Supreme Court?
The question is Who is Running for Ohio Supreme Court? You can find the answer in the Cincinnati Enquirer as it discusses all of the candidates and what's at stake in this year's election. Find out more about the contrasts between the candidates and why they believe they're the right person for the job. Jamison is the former union member, former public defender, and has years of experience as a judge.
Judge Terri Jamison is receiving an award at Honors Events for her work in the community.
Tis' the Season
Judge Terri Jamison was a speaker for Femergy Enrichment Institute for Women Phase 3.
Jamison and Whitehall City Attorney Michael Bivens join Jump for Justice.
The origin of Presidents’ Day lies in the 1880s, when the birthday of President George Washington—commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and the first president of the United States—was first celebrated as a federal holiday. George Washington’s birthday, February 22nd, and Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, February 12th, were combined to become known as President’s Day when the holiday was moved to Monday and unified. This year, we celebrate President’s Day with new leadership’s commitment to unify the country with a diverse staff and cabinet that reflects our multi-cultural nation.
National Association of Social Workers Ohio Region 5 named Judge Terri Jamison Elected Official of the Year. She is slated to be recognized at their annual meeting at a date to be determined. The recognition will be done virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions on crowd numbers.
Jamison stated, "it is wonderful to be recognized for pouring into the lives of others and doing a job you love. I will treasure this award as I move to the next chapter of my life at the Tenth District Court of Appeals."
A Franklin County Juvenile Court judge defeated a three-term incumbent for a judgeship on the county appeals court.
"I think I am qualified to do the job and voters of Franklin County have elected me twice before. I believe they have confidence in me. I thank God for every time someone chooses me," Jamison said.
Judge Jamison endorsed by NASW-Ohio Chapter for making opportunities for students from Ohio State College of Social Work to intern at Franklin County Domestic Relations-Juvenile Court in various departments. The interns contributed to the growth of the Compass Program, working with unemployed parents who owe child support linking them to community partners.
Thank you to the Sheet Metal Workers Local #24 for your endorsement! #labor #union
Jamison is the choice of Our Revolution! Judge Jamison has reached all voters with the message to unite to take this 10th District seat. Original jurisdiction over appeals for the entire state in worker's compensation cases, appeals from the Court of Claims, and the Ohio Attorney General's office for victim of crime compensation is of interest to all voters! #VoteJamison
Endorsements are still coming in! Judge Jamison is the choice of OCSEA !
She should be your choice too!
Judge Terri Jamison is Highly Recommended by the Central Ohio Association of Justice, a group of trial lawyers whose opinion is valued. Having been a trial lawyer, it is not surprising that the association recognized that she is deserving of the highest recommendation.
Jamison endorsed by Vote Pro Choice!
Jamison's representation of Latina juveniles in Special Juvenile Immigrant Status while in private practice is a factor considered in her endorsement. She has been a speaker for Human Trafficking of juveniles and Femergy.
Judicial Candidates give insights into their candidacy! Hear how Judge Jennifer Brunner, Judge John O'Donnell, Michael Mentel and myself have served the community in the past and how we hope to impact the community if elected this year!
On July 24, 2020, Judge Jamison joined She Should Run a non-partisan, non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. to be interviewed by local business owner Jeni Britton Bauer, founder of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream, and her fellow elected official Columbus City Auditor Megan Kilgore. The interview was to speak frankly about the purpose that pulled them out of their jobs or careers into a life of public service. They speak boldly about campaign challenges, obstacles and how to overcome obstacles, and the reward of being public servants here in Columbus and Franklin County.
Judge Jamison was one of several community leaders that were selected to join the Franklin University Advisory Board for the Global Center for Healthcare Education. She joins the likes of Charleta Tavares, former Senator and Chief Executive Officer of Primary One Healthcare. Chosen by Dr. Chenelle Jones, Program Chair of the Public Safety programs within the College of Health and Public Administration. Judge Jamison and Dr. Jones have participated in many community panels throughout Ohio. They were panelists for Dr. Kimberly Crenshaw at Walsh University on the disparate treatment of women of color in the criminal justice system. Judge Jamison is a Franklin University alum with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, minoring in Human Resources Management.
Judge Jamison was one of four female elected officials who participated at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs | Ready to Run Campaign Training. The panelists discussed the positives and the pitfalls of being women running for office.
Judge Terri Jamison was the Juvenile Court Judge featured in the documentary PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools which premiered at Gateway. To introduce the film, Judge Jamison relayed her own experiences during desegregation in elementary school in Welch, WV.
Judge Jamison collaborates with CSEA in COMPASS Program. Unemployed Men and Women have the opportunity to link with community resources for job training, education, industry certifications and ultimately sustained employment. The Program was implemented in 2014 and continues on the fourth Thursday afternoon of each month.
Judge Terri Jamison was invited to join Capital University Law School's Board of Counselors.
I was very honored to be featured by Ohio Women In Government as Member of the Month in July of 2019.
Hometown: Welch, WV
Place of Work: Franklin County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Branch of Domestic Relations
Tenure at Current Place of Work: 6.5 years
OWIG Involvement: member for 2.5 years