Lenore LeFevre

Lenore LeFevre, Cortlandville Town Justice – The Only Local Candidate with Judicial Experience

Posted by  //  October 25, 2021  //  News

Judge Lenore LeFevre, a Cornell Law School graduate, has served our community as a highly respected attorney for the past 27 years. Together with her diverse life experiences as a Lieutenant Commander (20 yrs.-retired,) in the United States Navy Reserves, Judge LeFevre has earned the reputation as an objective, fair and compassionate judge. Even while being one of the busiest town courts in the state, Cortlandville Town Court is still one of the most efficient, handling thousands of cases annually.

In 2017, Judge LeFevre was recognized as the most qualified candidate when Cortlandville’s voters elected her by a wide margin. Now four years later, she faces the same opponent again; still, she has not taken the challenge lightly.

“I believe the position of Cortlandville’s Town Justice must be worked for with diligence and integrity; not simply adding one’s name to the ballot and putting up lawn signs. As your Town Justice, I have worked day and night (sometimes very late nights) upholding this esteemed position. I have always delivered fair and just decisions on all matters before me and will continue to do so when re-elected.”

Judge LeFevre also serves our community through volunteer commitments. She is a Board Member of the JM Murray Center, a not-for-profit committed to providing services for people with disabilities and their families that enhance the quality of their lives. She serves as the Treasurer of the Cortland County Magistrate’s Association and is a member of the Cortland County Bar Association, as well as Zonta of Cortland County.

Judge Lenore LeFevre has proudly served:

Our Community

  • Cortlandville’s Current Town Justice
  • Highly Respected Local Attorney, 27 yrs. experience
  • Former member of Cortlandville’s Zoning Board of Appeals

Our County

  • Former Cortland County Assigned Counsel Administrator
  • Former Assistant Public Defender for Cortland County

Our Country

  • Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N.R. (20 yrs.-Retired)
  • Volunteered for active duty in NYC after 9/11 attacks
  • Deployed to the Persian Gulf in 2003 during the Iraq War

Judge Lenore LeFevre has served the Town of Cortlandville for the last four years as Town Justice and she will be on the ballot again this November seeking a second term.

Remember to vote Tuesday, November 2nd.

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