Next Tuesday, Election Day, is popularly known as an “off-year” election. But Pennsylvania voters will nonetheless be called upon to make some very important choices.

Among them is picking a new member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which is still working to regain public trust in the wake of a pornographic email scandal that claimed two of its former members: Democrat Seamus McCaffery, of Philadelphia, and Republican J. Michael Eakin, of Cumberland County.

Two experienced and quite competent candidates: Republican Sallie Mundy, who is now serving on the high court as an interim justice, and Allegheny Court of Common Pleas Judge Dwayne Woodruff, are vying to fill Eakin’s seat.

The Editorial Board of PennLive/The Patriot-News endorses Dwayne Woodruff, who brings with him the experience and temperament to serve on Pennsylvania’s highest court.

Read the full article here: Penn Live