Meanwhile, another judicial candidate who voiced concern about how Schmidt characterized her job confirmed through a spokesman that he filed papers to be called a “judge pro tem” on the ballot.

Last month, the 47-year-old Schmidt caused a minor ruckus among some judicial candidates when she referred to herself as a court commissioner in the press. Schmidt is an attorney who does not maintain a law practice, but frequently sits pro tem at the Concord courthouse.

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