You can vote for Judge Kathy Schrader on all ballots, so if your party does not have a ballot in your precinct, make sure to ask for the Non-Partisan ballot to cast your vote.
Early voting is open July 20th through August 7th at the Gwinnett County Board of Elections, 7am-7pm.
Additional locations open on August 1st.
Judge Kathryn Schrader is on ALL ballots, so please check your ballot to make sure your vote counts!
You may now also drop off absentee ballots at secure locations monitored by video 24/7.
To vote early in person for Judge Kathy Schrader starting Monday, July 20th, go to the Gwinnett County Board of Elections at 455 Grayson Highway, Lawrenceville.
Judge Schrader first won the Gwinnett Election for Judge in 2012. Judge Kathy Schrader won again in 2016 to be re-elected for Superior Court Judge of Gwinnett County, and is continuously expanding her judicial expertise. She has been a regular participant in National Judicial College courses and was selected as a Small Group Facilitator for the National Judicial College’s Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure Course.
Judge Schrader presents on “Building Awareness of Treatment Courts”, “How the Faith Community Can Respond to the Opioid Crisis”, as well as the “Opioid Crisis and Mental Health Issues in the Courts” at Rotary, Kiwanis, Schools, Churches, and conferences since 2013.
To continue this judicial leadership, please vote in the upcoming runoff on August 11th to Re-Elect Judge Kathy Schrader for Superior Court Gwinnett County.
Judge Schrader is one of only ten individuals statewide, in 2018, to be presented with the JUSTICE ROBERT BENHAM AWARD for Community Service.
Judge Schrader is recognized by her peers and the community for building awareness of the substance abuse and mental health crisis in Gwinnett County. She was also called to serve on Georgia's Supreme Court.
“Since 1998, these awards have been presented to honor judges and lawyers in Georgia who have made significant contributions to their communities and demonstrate the positive contributions of members of the Bar beyond their official or legal work.”
Vote Judge Kathy Schrader on August 11th for Superior Court Gwinnett County!
Family and Faith
Judge Kathy Schrader of Duluth is married and has three children. She and her family are actively involved in Cross Pointe, The Church at Gwinnett Center. Kathy currently serves in the Women’s Ministry and missions, and has served as a youth leader, mentor for young women and small group leader for marriage enrichment.
Judge Schrader continues to strive for “restorative justice” whenever possible. After first being elected in the Gwinnett Election for Judge in 2012, her efforts quickly distinguished her as a judge who listens intently and asks necessary and important questions. She has implemented procedures and policies aimed at judicial efficiency seeking to assure that citizens who become involved in the court system are afforded timely hearings and fair resolution of their cases.
Building Community Together. This is Team Schrader.
Please vote by August 11th to Re-Elect Judge Kathy Schrader!
Countless residents and lawyers came forward to speak up for Judge Schrader and to help keep the momentum going that she created in justice reform, restoring hope in our community.
Decades of experience and proven leadership in improving outcomes for Gwinnett families are among reasons Gwinnett lawyers support re-election of Judge Kathryn M. Schrader.
Gwinnett families more than ever need Judge Schrader working in our court system to continue driving safer outcomes and saving lives.
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