Soddy Daisy would be well suited to have Bryan Hoss as their next city judge. Bryan has the experience, character and values that we all hope to face when called by the legal system to the judge's bench. For over 40 years, the residents of Soddy Daisy have affirmed that their elected judges should be impartial, fair and the best qualified, not just a resident. With your help, Bryan will continue this tradition.
Bryan Hoss is uniquely qualified to be Soddy Daisy's next judge, not just because of his continued exceptional legal career, or the time served as a public defender or interim judge for Sessions Court. Bryan's qualifications come from integrity, candor and sincerity, qualities that have earned him the endorsement of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers Local 673.
Vote for character and integrity, vote for Bryan Hoss as Soddy Daisy's next city judge on Aug. 2.
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Judges matter, which is why Soddy Daisy should vote for Bryan Hoss for judge.
As a hardworking trial attorney, Bryan has as wide range experience in both civil and criminal matters. In other words, he knows the law, and he knows how to apply it. Bryan also has an innate sense of justice that will prove invaluable on the bench. Judges must be impartial and be able to see both sides of an issue. Bryan's integrity will ensure his impartiality; his thoughtfulness will assure an unbiased perspective; and his decisiveness will lead to just decisions.
Bryan's common sense, open-minded approach to the law, combined with the respect and dignity he shows to others, guarantees he will reflect the values of the Soddy Daisy community. At the same time, Bryan will have the crucial advantage of complete independence since he is not from the area. Judges help shape the community, and Soddy Daisy should expect a judge who is wise, patient, experienced, and, above all, fair. I know that Bryan will meet those expectations, and then surpass them.
Judges matter. Vote for Bryan Hoss on Aug. 2.
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To my friends in Soddy Daisy,
I was born and raised in Soddy Daisy. I spent 40 years in Tennessee education. I taught at Soddy Daisy High School and later I was the assistant principal and principal at Soddy Daisy Middle School for 17 years. I would estimate that I have either principled or taught over 10,000 Soddy Daisy students in my career. I have never endorsed any political candidate but feel it is necessary to endorse one today.
I have known Bryan Hoss’ family for over 50 years. I went to college with his father and mother. I knew his great uncle, Morris Henry Jenkins, who lived in Soddy Daisy for decades as a game warden. My first experience with Bryan was when he helped one of my sons get his first legal job while still in law school at the University of Memphis.
Bryan’s criminal law experience is impeccable and he is well qualified to do the job. His knowledge of the law and legal procedure is excellent.
As someone who has lived and worked in this community my whole life, I want you to vote for Bryan Hoss for Soddy Daisy judge.
Bob Jenkins Ed.D