Monique WorrellFor Orange-Osceola County State Attorney
Update: Orange and Osceola State Attorney Monique Worrell won the 2020 general election with nearly 67% of the vote. She assumed office on January 5, 2021, and her current term ends on January 7, 2025.
Monique Worrell (D) is a former public defender, law professor, and assistant state attorney for Orange and Osceola counties. At the State Attorney’s Office, Worrell led the Conviction Integrity Unit, reviewing wrongful convictions and returning innocent people back into their community. An experienced attorney, Worrell is passionate about transforming our criminal justice system.
Monique Worrell has pledged to:
- Implement policies to hold police officers accountable for misconduct
- End the use of cash bail
- Expand programs to divert children and adults away from jail
- Partner with community programs to address mental health and substance abuse issues
- Advocate for resources to support the needs of crime survivors
Vote Monique Worrell for Orange and Osceola State Attorney on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. You must be a registered voter to participate in this election. Register to vote today or check your registration status on the Secretary of State website.
Vote early to avoid lines and wait times at the polls. Registered voters can cast their ballot safely and securely by voting by mail as soon as possible. Election day polling locations will open on November 3 from 7 AM to 7 PM. An acceptable form of ID is required to vote. Find your nearest polling place by visiting the Georgia’s Secretary of State My Voter Page website.
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