Ann’s endorsements come from people, not groups. How has Ann helped you or our community?  Do you endorse Ann as our next Magisterial District Judge?  Share your testimonial.  Use the CONTACT page to send in your quote and whether to publish it with your full name or just initials.   

State Representative Kristine Howard

“Ann Feldman has the experience, temperament and perspective we need to serve as a Magisterial District Justice. She understands that on any given day for attorneys and even some judges, appearing in court may seem like a routine matter, but for the plaintiff or defendant it may just be one of the most important days of their life. That is the kind of understanding we need in our judiciary. I am proud to endorse Ann Feldman for Magistrate.”

Samuel C. Stretton, Esquire

To be a district judge, one has to be not only knowledgeable in the law and courtroom, but one has to know their community and the people in their community. Ann clearly fits all categories. She has devoted the last 12 years of her life to Downingtown Borough and its people and has left an excellent legacy.

I would urge anyone who’s voting in the November 2021 general election to seriously consider Ann’s candidacy for district judge. She will be an extremely fair and impartial judge whose goal is to do justice. She will be patient and dignified at all times.”

Tom Kiely, Managing Partner Stewart Hall, LLC

Ann Feldman, candidate for District Court Magistrate, has a firm grasp of the law. Being involved with Ann in a 10 year, precedent setting legal battle vs. a local municipality that was ultimately decided by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in Ann’s favor; I can unequivocally say she understands the law and is passionate about achieving justice. She understood the importance of prevailing for the benefit of the citizens of Downingtown, Chester County and the entire Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It took a person with tremendous courage to stand against influential and powerful opponents. Ann persevered through many personal attacks and financial hardships to achieve a significant legal victory for the people of Chester County and the Commonwealth. Vote for Ann Feldman!

K. S.  formerly of Downingtown

“Ann’s ten-year battle saving Kardon Park took her from the lowest court to the PA Supreme Court, where because of her tenacity, perseverance, demanding that Right overcome Wrong, she won her case for Downingtown and its citizens and changed the future for parks across our state, saving them from backroom deals and destruction. We need Ann Feldman as our district judge. She has a commitment to impartiality, seeing justice served and upholding the law to better serve its people and communities. She would be a true credit to this most important responsibility.”

M. U. formerly of Downingtown

“Ms. Feldman has shown her sterling character many times when dealing with difficult situations as a 12 year councilwoman in Downingtown. She approaches problems with good humor, thoughtfulness, and open-mindedness and she will bring these excellent characteristics to her judgeship. Vote for this outstanding candidate and secure integrity back into our local judicial system.”

Janie M. of Downingtown

I’ve known Ann for well over a decade now. She is likely the most even-keeled and decent person I know. Through all her dealings with the rescue of Kardon Park, she encountered many who were incredibly underhanded. The worst I heard her refer to someone was “..a scoundrel”! Her faith, family, and work ethic are sound and carry her through the toughest times. Ann would make an exemplary District Judge.

Jim from Virginia

“Knowing Ann for as long as I have, I can totally say with all honesty that she has the fairest judgement of anyone I know. She lives her life walking with a higher level of love and morals than any other person I know. She has always treated everyone with the same amount of compassion and care. Sometimes, make that every time, over her own care and needs. She is what is needed in the courts and fighting for the people.”

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