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Jack Goodman

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Jack Goodman
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Current Court Information:
Missouri 39th Judicial Circuit Court
Title:   Judge
Service:
Active:   2012-2018
Preceded by:   Robert S. Wiley
Past position:   Missouri State Senator
Past term:   2005-2012
Personal History
Born:   9/9/1973
Hometown:   Aurora, MO
Party:   Republican
Religion:   Lutheran
Undergraduate:   University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995
Law School:   University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, 1998
Candidate 2012:
Candidate for:  Missouri 39th Judicial Circuit Court
State:  Missouri
Election information 2012:
Incumbent:  No
Primary date:  August 7, 2012
Primary vote:  100%ApprovedA
Election vote:  100%ApprovedA

Jack Goodman is a judge for the 39th Circuit Court in Missouri. After he was unable to seek re-election to the Missouri State Senate, he ran and was elected to the bench in 2012 for a term expiring in 2018.[1]

Education

Goodman is a graduate of Pierce City High School. He earned a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1995, and his J.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law 1998.[1]

Career

Missouri State Senate

Goodman was a Republican member of the Missouri State Senate, representing the 29th District from his 2005 special election win until 2013. Goodman served as Assistant Majority Floor Leader until 2011.

Committee assignments

2011-2012
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Goodman served on these committees:

Select Committee on Redistricting

2009-2010
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Goodman served on these committees:

Awards and associations

  • Chair, Senate Committee on the Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence[1]

Elections

2012

See also: Missouri judicial elections, 2012

Goodman ran unopposed and was elected to the 39th Circuit Court. He received 100% of the vote in the primary election on August 7, 2012. He took the place of Robert S. Wiley, who retired in 2012.[1]

2008

On November 4, 2008, Goodman won re-election to the 29th District Seat in the Missouri State Senate unopposed.[2]

Missouri State Senate, District 29 (2008)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Jack Goodman (R) 67,612 100.0%

2004

On November 2, 2004, Goodman won re-election to the 132nd District Seat in the Missouri House of Representatives unopposed.[3]

Missouri House of Representatives, District 132 (2004)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Jack Goodman (R) 12,687 100.0%

2002

On November 5, 2002, Goodman won election to the 132nd District Seat in the Missouri House of Representatives, defeating Charles Dake (D).[4]

Missouri House of Representatives, District 132 (2002)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Jack Goodman (R) 6,720 63.3%
Charles Dake (D) 3,896 36.7%

Campaign donors

2008

In 2008, a year in which Goodman was up for re-election to Senate District 29, he collected $177,075 in donations.[5]

His four largest contributors in 2008 were:

Donor Amount
29th Republican Senatorial District Committee $6,500
Missouri Hospital Association $5,000
BNSF Railway $3,150
Union Pacific Railroad $2,650

2004

In 2004, a year in which Goodman was up for re-election to House District 132, he collected $29,894 in donations.[5]

His four largest contributors in 2004 were:

Donor Amount
Lawrence County Republican Central Cmte $2,500
Boomerang Transportation Inc $600
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway $600
Southwestern Bell $600

2002

In 2002, a year in which Goodman was up for election to House District 132, he collected $46,913 in donations.[5]

His four largest contributors in 2002 were:

Donor Amount
7th Republican Congressional District Cmte $8,628
Goodman, Jack $3,455
Missouri Association Of Realtors $600
Fronabarger, Tisha $600

See also

External links

References

Political offices
Preceded by
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Missouri State Senate District 29
2005–2013
Succeeded by
David Sater (R)