Sal Ritacco best choice for probate judge
Running for probate judge is not an easy thing to do. It is not a sexy position as most people do not know who their probate judge is until thye need one. I was fortunate to meet Salvatore Ritacco during his last campaign. My son, Brandon Marley, a local attorney, and I were opposing party candidates in 2015. I was the Republican victor who learned my fair share of campaigning. In 2017, despite being in opposite parties, Brandon and Sal became friends and co-counsel working out of Sal’s office in Pawcatuck. I learned more about Sal during this campaign, while helping out in his office, to see the extreme effort in everything he does for his clients, his community, and also his campaign. Sal puts in a considerable amount of time in his practice to keep on top of several legal fields. He collaborates with other attorneys on cases, preparing cases so he can effectively and efficiently resolve them without costly trials.
I am voting for Sal not because of his party, but because I have learned firsthand his unparalleled work ethic, his passion for his clients, and his community. If my family has a case going through the probate court, I want Sal there.
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