Edwina “Winnie” Martin is a long-time West Brighton resident and currently the Public Administrator, which means she oversees the estates of hundreds of Staten Islanders who die without a will or a family.
She is also a graduate of NYU Law School, and has an extensive background in litigation, public policy, and government relations.
She is an active member of several cultural institutions including the American Association of Women, the Alice Austen House and Museum, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
She is running for Civil Court Judge because her life's work has been focused on civic life and fairness to all.
What does a Civil Court Judge do?
This term lasts for 10 years
Decides lawsuits involving claims for damages up to $25,000
Oversees housing matters
Oversees civil matters referred by the NY Supreme Court
To learn more about Winnie’s Campaign
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