Sen. Randy McNally endorses Farrar for Anderson County Juvenile Court Judge

Contact:  Darlene Schlicher (615) 741-6336

(NASHVILLE), February 26, 2010 — State Senator Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge) today endorsed Zach Farrar, who is a Republican candidate for Anderson County Juvenile Court Judge. 
    “Zach Farrar will make a great County Juvenile Court Judge,” said Senator McNally.  “He is uniquely qualified to serve the people and children of Anderson County with unwavering professionalism and dedication.”
     “I grew up with Zach and know him to be a man of honesty and great character,” added Senator Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville).  “He will be a tremendous asset to the court.”
     Farrar is a candidate to fill the position as a result of the resignation of Judge April Meldrum.  Meldrum’s resignation was effective January 10.
     McNally added, “Zach will be fair, unbiased, and impartial, and will treat others with respect and dignity in and out of the courtroom.  In addition, his experience in the United States Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate General will be a great asset to the County.” 
     Farrar, a former Captain in the Marines, is married and is the father of twin girls.

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