US President Barack Obama Endorses

Judge Mike Morgan for N.C. Supreme Court

October 24, 2016

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Barack Obama Endorses Judge Mike Morgan for N.C. Supreme Court

(Washington, DC) – Barack Obama endorses Judge Mike Morgan for N.C. Supreme Court. Judge Morgan has been a judge for more than 27 years spanning three different judgeships, including five years as a North Carolina Administrative Law Judge, and a decade as a District Court Judge for Wake County. He has served as a North Carolina Superior Court Judge since 2005.

“Judge Morgan is a fair, experienced judge who is more than qualified to serve on the N.C. Supreme Court,” said Obama. “The Supreme Court race in North Carolina is pivotal. Key issues including gerrymandering, civil rights, coal ash, school vouchers and many others have come before this court. We need judges with a track record of reviewing cases and acting in a consistent, impartial manner. Judge Mike Morgan will serve North Carolina well on the N.C. Supreme Court.”

Judge Morgan has a unique blend of veteran judicial experience in the courtroom, lengthy judicial teaching in the classroom, proven leadership in the legal and wider community and steadfast commitment to society — experiences that eminently qualify him to be an Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Public service is at Judge Morgan’s core. He has been a member of a host of professional organizations and has worked with many community-based organizations. He has worked to assist with the successful reentry of formerly-incarcerated individuals, to educate the community about domestic violence issues and to foster stronger relationships between the law enforcement community and the communities they serve. Judge Morgan is also a member of the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission, the Chief Justice’s Media and the Courts Commission, and is the state’s representative on the Racial and Ethnic Bias Consortium. In addition, he is a veteran faculty member of the National Judicial College, where he has taught and trained judges from all over the United States for the past 24 years.

Judge Morgan is a graduate of Duke University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Sociology. He furthered his education at North Carolina Central University School of Law, distinguishing himself by serving as student body president in his final year of law school and earning his Juris Doctorate with Honors.

Judge Mike Morgan for NC Supreme Court

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ProfessionalWelcome to my campaign’s website which is dedicated to my quest to be elected to the highest court of the State of North Carolina’s legal system, the Supreme Court of North Carolina. With eleven current years of trial bench experience as a Superior Court Judge, combined with ten previous years of trial bench experience as a District Court Judge and five prior years of experience conducting hearings as a State Administrative Law Judge, I am unusually seasoned and qualified to capably address the variety of legal matters which come before the Supreme Court. I shall continue my judicial commitment to steadfastly strive to promote society’s well-being through the fair and impartial administration of justice, while enhancing the people’s confidence in and respect for the effectiveness of North Carolina’s system of jurisprudence.

Thank you for your interest in our campaign. The wonderful, supportive individuals of The Judge Mike Morgan Committee join me in inviting you to fully explore the information in the following web site pages. We appreciate this opportunity to acquaint you with our collective efforts, and trust that you will be convinced that I am eminently worthy to handle and accomplish the challenging duties of an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.



Please allow me to thank you in advance for your contribution to The Judge Mike Morgan Committee. Your donation will give vital financial support to this campaign and will help us achieve our goal of electing Judge Mike Morgan to the N.C. Supreme Court. The only thing more important is your vote in November.


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