Welcome to the official website for the Committee to Re-Elect Glen Cove City Court Judge Richard J. McCord. You'll find the latest events and information on the campaign on the site, so visit often to keep current as election day nears. Events will most often be found under the In the Press tab or the Calendar. We've also included Endorsements and some background and biographical information under the About Judge McCord tab. And we hope you'll take a few minutes to watch Kevin Horton, editor of the Gold Coast Gazette, speak with the Judge on our video from Kevins Corner TV.
Thanks for your support!
The Hon. Richard J. McCord's Re-Election headquarters is conveniently located at 58 School Street, right across from the movie theater. If you need lawn signs or bumper stickers, they may be picked up at headquarters. Headquarters hours are from 1:00 - 4:00 on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday.
As election day nears, we will be looking for volunteers to make phone calls at headquarters. If you are interesting in "manning the phones", please give us a call at the above phone number and we will add you to the schedule.
You may be aware that the campaign is funded entirely by the generous donations of our supporters. If you would like to help, checks may be made out to: The Committee to Re-Elect the Hon. Richard J. McCord. Donations may be mailed to the Committee at 48 Forest Avenue, Glen Cove, NY 11542.
After learning of his election victory, Judge McCord
Even as they recover from hurricane Sandy, Glen Cove voters emerged from dark, cold homes to cast their votes in the November 6th election. In an overwhelming victory The Hon. Richard J. McCord has once again been elected to the position of Glen Cove City Court Judge. “I am so grateful to the residents of Glen Cove to once again be given the opportunity to serve the City in this capacity.” said McCord. Since 1988 Richard McCord has served Glen Cove as the City Court Judge. Bringing a firm, fair hand to justice in Glen Cove McCord enthusiastically looks forward to the next six year term.