The Committee To Elect
Yolly Roberson For Circuit Court Judge – Group 66
Our friend and colleague, Yolly Roberson, is running for Circuit Court Judge in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Yolly needs your help to ensure that she continues to serve our community.
Yolly has devoted her life to serving our community. She has served us well as a critical care, community and mental health nurse, and as a public defender, a prosecutor, a child and family advocate, an immigration attorney, a former Florida State Legislator, and a small business owner. Now, we need Yolly to continue to serve us as our next Miami-Dade County Circuit Judge.
In the trial court, justice depends not just on judges’ knowledge of the law and ability to be fair and compassionate, but also, and most importantly, on judges’ understanding of all the people who come before them. Yolly understand various life experiences. Her mother died when she was just two years old. After she moved with her grandmother as a teenager to Boston, Massachusetts, she worked full time to pay her way through to school, first as a nursing student at the University Of Massachusetts/Boston, and later to law school, at the New England School of Law, also in Massachusetts/Boston. As an Attorney, Yolly has had the privilege of representing clients from all walks of life and will bring that experience with her to the bench. Yolly will also bring to the bench, her character, her strong work ethic, her determination, her commitment and dedication to public service.
Running an effective countywide race takes a great deal of energy, time and resource. She cannot do it alone. That is why we are turning to you and asking you to get involved in Yolly’s campaign and help make a difference. Your contribution of any amount will ensure that Yolly continues to serve our community.
Thank you in advance for your encouragement and your support.
Nakeitha Sweeting Hodrick, Esq.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by the Committee to Elect Yolly Roberson
for Miami Dade Circuit Court Judge, Group 66