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Contact: Scott Kayser (440) 600-4005
RAMBO CHALLENGES GRENDELL FOR PROBATE/JUVENILE COURT JUDGE
Chardon, OH (October 7, 2019) – Matthew Rambo, a private practice attorney with over a decade of working in the judicial system, filed a Designation of Treasurer with the Geauga County Board of Elections today. In doing so, he formally kicked off his campaign for Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge in the 2020 Republican Primary. Rambo believes voters deserve a choice when electing Geauga County’s next Probate/Juvenile Judge, something they have been denied in the recent past, and will campaign vigorously throughout the county to provide voters that choice.
Rambo cited the need to restore faith in the judiciary as his primary reason for running. “This isn’t about Republican or Democrat; conservative or liberal. This is about restoring faith in the Juvenile/Probate Court, and returning the judiciary to its intended role as a nonpartisan office. This is about having a Judge we can be proud of.” With controversy surrounding the Court in recent years, Rambo is offering himself as a dedicated, nonpartisan alternative to restore faith in the Probate/Juvenile Court. Rambo continued, “I will be a dedicated jurist that administers the court efficiently and effectively in a fiscally responsible manner, and will work with elected officials and citizens throughout Geauga County to ensure the Court
is fulfilling its duty.”
Currently an associate with Freeburg & Freeburg, LLC, Rambo has nearly fifteen years of experience practicing law, including time as a Staff Attorney to two Judges. Rambo served as a Magistrate in the Court of Claims of Ohio for seven years, presiding over hundreds of cases and trials. Dedicated to protecting our children and ensuring justice, Rambo is a certified Guardian ad Litem and volunteers his services to local legal aid clinics. Active in the community and county, Matthew Rambo resides in Russell Township with his wife and two sons.