If elected Bradbury would get the judiciary back to the people it's supposed to serve, the citizens

LEWISTON, ID - Former judge and active community member John Bradbury said he's ready to hold the gavel once again.

Bradbury received his undergraduate degree from the University of Idaho, and got his law degree from the University of Michigan. Before starting up his own law firm, Bradbury served three years in Army Intelligence. He has served as a judge in Idaho, Lewis, and Clearwater Counties for eight years. Bradbury said he's running again because he thinks it's time for a change.

"The first thing I want to do is get the judiciary back to the people it's suppose to serve, the citizens," said Bradbury. "I fought really hard to get a drug court started in Nezperce and I ran three drug courts. And when I left they closed down the drug courts in Grangeville and
Nezperce. And Judge Brudie the person I'm running against, it happened during his watch and he did nothing to stop it."

Bradbury ran for State Senate back in 2012. The candidate elected this year will serve a four-year term.