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TODAY’S CHOICE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW

Justice comes in many forms. In Judge Wade Naramore’s Circuit Court, his primary goal has been to help families get the help they need and equip community leaders with effective intervention strategies.

His vision has become a reality.

In his time as Circuit Judge, Wade Naramore’s leadership has lowered juvenile crime rates, reduced Families in Need of Services applications, saved taxpayer dollars, and made Garland County a better place to live.

Experience

Since taking the bench in 2015, Judge Wade Naramore has presided over thousands of cases, sought to balance justice with guidance, and implemented early intervention programming for law enforcement and schools.

Community-ENGAGED

Judge Wade Naramore’s active community involvement within Garland County provides him with the knowledge, resources, and empathy needed to best serve families in the court system.

PROVEN Results

Judge Wade Naramore’s reforms to the Juvenile Justice system in Garland County have successfully rehabilitated nearly 90% of participants and reduced the number of families requesting assistance.


JUDGE NARAMORE SUPPORTS EARLY INTERVENTION AND PROPER GUIDANCE TO HELP KIDS AND FAMILIES – AND IT WORKS.

Judge Wade Naramore is the only candidate with the proven experience of turning around troubled youth, strengthening families, and making Garland County better. In his time as Circuit Court Judge, Naramore’s leadership has:

  • REDUCED Juvenile Crime
  • REDUCED Families in Need of Services Petitions
  • REHABILITATED Troubled Youth Through Reformed Court Programming
  • SAVED Over $2 Million in Taxpayer Dollars

When COVID-19 closed many courts, I saw Wade choose to move to a digital format so he could continue to serve families in need.

Ashley Naramore

The way the world operated came to a halt with the Coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, the outbreak didn’t stop the pressing issues facing many families in Garland County.

Quick-thinking and service-oriented, Judge Wade Naramore chose to change his court operations to accommodate social distancing and public health protocols.

The “Digital Docket” ensured that cases were heard, justice was served, and families were helped in a timely and safe manner.

ABOUT THIS SITE

This site was developed and paid for by the Committee to Re-Elect Judge Wade Naramore.