"Regina Bartholomew is thoroughly prepared to be a judge,
based on her character, education, and vast experience at the
practice of law"
NEW ORLEANS - Regina Bartholomew, candidate for Judge for Civil
District Court, Division B, has earned the endorsements of the
Greater New Orleans Republicans and the Regular Democratic
Organization. Brett Bonin, Republican member of the Orleans Parish
School Board, said, "Regina is the most qualified and experienced
candidate. She has all of the personal and professional qualities we
look for in a first-rate judge."
Reacting to her endorsements, Bartholomew said, "I am truly humbled
by the broad base of bi-partisan support I have received. I think it
reflects my record of hard work and my committment to treat every
person who comes before the court with respect."
The GNOR and RDO endorsements add to the long list of New Orleans
leaders supporting Bartholomew. She was earlier endorsed by
Congressman Cedric Richmond, Sheriff Marlin Gusman, Clerk of Court
Dale Atkins, State Senator Karen Carter Peterson, New Orleans City
Council Member Kristin Gisleson Palmer, Former Orleans Parish School
Board Member Phyllis Landrieu, and many others.
Bartholomew is an attorney with Boykin, Ehret, and Utley, PLC. She
is the daughter of retired educators, Reginald and Merle Harris and
is the mother of three sons.