When we elected President Bill Clinton in 1993 we got Al Gore as our Vice President, when we elected Governor Elliot Spitzer we got Senate Minority Leader David Paterson as our Lt. Governor. But do we get two people when we vote for City Court Judge? Well if you ask the friends of special court Judge Larry Ball they'll tell you that's the case and I must say I agree. By law if Judge Gilpatric were to lose the November election to J. Michael Bruhn Jr., Gilpatric would automatically go back to the special Judge spot he was appointed to before Feeney's retirement. And, of course, this would mean Larry Ball would no longer be a Judge. This has prompted the Friends of Larry Ball to put out bumper stickers that read... Let's keep the Ball in our Court, Vote Gilpatric.... Very catchy and I think it'll be effective. Besides the fact that Jimmy Gilpatric is the most qualified candidate and has the most experience, Larry Ball is also a good judge and comes from a very good family. So, why not kill two birds with one stone this Novemeber? Elect Gilpatric and keep Larry Ball.