Kevin M. Dougherty is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Before his election in 2015, Dougherty had served on the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia since 2001, serving as an administrative judge of the trial division, he had been appointed to the bench by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge in 2001, was elected to the first of two 10-year terms that year, receiving the most vote among 14 candidates. After his election, he requested to be assigned to the family division, where he felt he could have the most significant societal impact, has prided himself on helping families and children during his judicial career. Dougherty became Supervising Judge of the Juvenile Division of Philadelphia Family Court in 2003. There he implemented reforms like easing access to the court and what he called a "changing of the culture" among a judiciary of older judges, he received 78 percent of the vote when he ran for retention in 2011, received support from both Democrats and Republicans.
Dougherty graduated from the Antioch School of Law in Washington, D. C. in 1988, is a graduate of Temple University. He ran as a Democrat for Pennsylvania Supreme Court in 2015, was part of a Democratic sweep of all three court vacancies, along with David Wecht, Christine Donohue, they defeated Republican candidates Judith Olsen, Michael George, Anne Covey, in a campaign that saw more than $15 million in donations from special interests. Dougherty received a "recommended" rating from the Pennsylvania Bar Association, received strong support from organized labor groups, in part due to Dougherty's relationship with his brother, indicted Philadelphia labor leader John J. "Johnny Doc" Dougherty. Dougherty was the campaign's top fundraiser, raising more than $3.5 million. Dougherty grew up in South Philadelphia in what he described as a "very blue-collar, working-class neighborhood", was the first from his family to graduate college, working three part-time jobs as he attended Temple. Kevin Dougherty at Ballotpedia Biography from "Kevin Dougherty for Supreme Court"
Lejuan Simmons is a striker who plays for Robin Hood F. C. and the Bermuda national football team Lejaun Simmons started off his career at major Bermudan side Devonshire Cougars, being in the youth team for 2 years before being promoted to the first team in 2011. However, at the age of 18 he decided to move to England and trialed at Ilkeston F. C. where, except for a short loan at Mickleover Sports F. C. he has remained for 4 years. In July 2015, ahead of the 2015/16 season, it was reported that he was taking a trial at Scottish club St Mirren F. C. but the move did not materialize. In August 2017, he came back in Bermuda, to Robin Hood F. C. where he signed a 3 years contract. Lejaun made his debut against Haiti on 9 September 2012, in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, he scored his first goal just 2 days against Saint Martin in the same competition. Scores and results list Bermuda's goal tally first