Once in a while, voters have the opportunity to elect a judge who is so well qualified for the bench that the decision to vote from them is an easy one. This year, that candidate is Chris Mallios. A lifelong Philadelphia resident and public servant, Chris has dedicated his career to working for justice. This year, in the Philadelphia primary election on May 19, 2015, he is asking the citizens of Philadelphia to elect him to serve as a Judge on the Court of Common Pleas.
And he needs your help.
Mounting a campaign for a citywide election is a lot of work and requires significant resources. So we are asking for your vote AND for anything else you can do to help get the word out. One way to become a part of the campaign is to share this with your friends. Send a link to this website with a short, personal note from you. That’s what grass roots politics is all about. Hearing about a candidate from someone you already know and trust is a powerful way to grow support.
Perhaps you are able do more, by contributing to the campaign or by hosting a fundraiser. Others might be willing to volunteer to work on the campaign or assemble a group of co-workers, friends or neighbors for a meet-and-greet. We are thankful for every level of interest. Just click the Contact Us tab on this website and send us a note.
Most importantly, we need you to make sure that you are REGISTERED to vote in the May 19, 2015 Democratic Primary Election and to remember to VOTE that day.
As the campaign progresses, we will update this website regularly to provide details about fundraisers and other opportunities to help. In the meantime, anything you can do to help spread the word about Chris' campaign will get us closer to the goal of getting Chris elected.
Candidate Chris Mallios
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Philadelphia Bar Association has completed its investigation and evaluation of my qualifications as a judicial candidate and has rated me “Highly Recommended.”
I am honored and humbled that my peers in the legal profession highly recommend me to voters. Many thanks to the lawyers, judges, and others who donated their time and expertise to this lengthy and thorough examination of my professional accomplishments. I will strive to keep living up to the high standards they have set for judicial candidates.