Vote Gordon Aulgur for Chancellor, August 7, 2014.
Gordon Aulgur, a lifelong Conservative Republican, is running for the office of Chancellor for the 15th Judicial District, comprised of Wilson, Macon, Smith, Jackson and Trousdale Counties. Aulgur, a member of the prestigious law firm of Brewer, Krause, Brooks, Chastain & Burrow, has practice law for 15 years throughout Middle Tennessee. His goal as the next 15th Judicial District Chancellor is to bring conservative values to the bench and restore judicial restraint.
Though it is typical for judges to place witnesses under oath, Aulgur wants to make an oath to the people of the 15th Judicial District. "If I am given the honor to be elected Chancellor, I solemnly swear the following: First, I will not legislate from the bench. The role of a judge is to fairly interpret the laws of the State of Tennessee, not rewrite the laws. Second, I will enforce the Constitution as written. I am a strict constructionist, and I do not believe the Constitution is a living, malleable document. Third, I will fairly and impartially apply the law regardless of the person in court before me, without consideration as to the person's race, religion, creed or affiliations. Finally, I will be prepared to hear all the cases on my docket on the date scheduled, and I will hold court until all cases are heard. A judge's day is defined by the cases on his docket and he cannot end court until everyone has had a fair hearing,” said Aulgur.
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