Noah Gambill

Noah Gambill ’04 secured the Democratic nomination for Vigo County Superior Court 1 judge early this month, topping two other candidates.

According to complete but unofficial Vigo County results, Gambill polled 3,876 votes or about 44% of the votes, according to a report by the Tribune-Star. In the fall, he will face Republican Charles Johnson, who unopposed on his party’s ballot and who gathered 6,918 votes.

Gambill and Johnson are seeking the seat on the bench being vacated by Judge John Roach, who did not run this spring.

Gambill is an attorney for the Department of Child Services. He has practiced criminal, civil, family, adoption, appellate and estate law and is now serving a second term as president of the Terre Haute Bar Association.

He attended Wabash College and later Indiana University, graduating in 2004. Gambill received his law degree from Hamline University. While attending Wabash, Gambill was a general education major and an independent.