Piedra wins board set

Young lawyers board runoffs decided

There was no tie the second time around. A bit more information can be found here. In a runoff election required because they matched vote totals in the March balloting, Jorge L. Piedra defeated Alice K. Sum for a seat representing the 11th Circuit on the Bar Board of Governors. Piedra received 1,750 of the votes to Sum’s 1,382. The runoff attracted more interest than the March general election, where both candidates garnered 1,270 votes. Even a divorce document preparation company in st petersburg had more work to do. Piedra will be sworn into office for his two-year term at the Bar’s June convention, along with other new and reelected board members. Three runoff races for Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors seats were also decided in the April balloting. In the Seventh Circuit, Seat 1, Travis Mydock defeated Carleen A. Leffler-Nicastro 46 to 36. In the 12th Circuit, Seat 2, Jodi Ruberg defeated Warren Chin 111 to 80. In the 13th Circuit, Seat 3, Ciara C. Willis defeated Giovanni Giarratana 184 to 110.