Kenton Rotary club recently heard from Hardin County attorney and educator Christina Cross.
This past November she announced her Republican candidacy for Hardin County Common Pleas Court Judge for the Republican Primary on May 3, 2022. Christina will be running for the expected open seat of the newly reorganized Hardin County Common Pleas Court-Domestic Relations Division that will handle family and juvenile court cases.
Christina talked about her legal experience, from being a courtroom trial attorney to actively running her own local private practice attorney- Cross Law Firm, LLC in Kenton. She has also served as a judicial law clerk and taught law as a law school professor. In addition, she’s practiced special education law advocating for families with special needs children. As a wife, mother, and educator, Christina said that she understands family dynamics and the intricacies of parenting as well as that she enjoys working with children and teens. As Kenton City Schools Career Advisor, she works with interns enrolled in the Wildcat Community Connectors program to those students who are on the verge of dropping out of high school. She noted, “by helping students discover their skills, strengths, and passions with workplace mentors, they graduate on time with a career plan.” Christina has brought many new programs and initiatives to Kenton schools and plans to bring that same energy to the family law courtroom programs for our families and youth.
“I’ll bring new judicial leadership and solutions,” said Christina. She added, “Hardin County needs conservative judicial values that respect the Constitution, the rule of law, and the rights of parents and families.”
To learn more visit www.ElectChristinaCross.com.
(This story was written and submitted to WKTN by the Kenton Rotary Club)