Port Huron attorney John D. Adair yesterday filed nominating petitions with the Michigan Secretary of State’s elections bureau for the position of St. Clair County Circuit Judge. Sandy White, the campaign committee’s spokesperson, indicated that the Adair campaign committee will host a fundraiser May 18 at the Elks Club in Port Huron Township. Tickets are $20. The event is open to the public. Current Circuit Judge James P. Adair must retire due to constitutional age limits. The Circuit Court chiefly handles civil cases involving more than $25,000, family law cases, and felony criminal cases. Born in Port Huron, Adair graduated from Port Huron Northern High School and attended St. Clair County Community College. He graduated from Michigan State University, where he was a member of the Student Assembly and worked as page in the Michigan House of Representatives. Adair’s law degree is from Wayne State University, where he was a member of and editor for the Wayne Law Review, served as an intern for the Michigan Supreme Court, and served as a student attorney for the Free Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit. He returned to practice law in his hometown for the law firm now called Hill Devendorf, P.C. Adair chairs the SC4 Board of Trustees. Adair resides in Fort Gratiot with his wife Natalie and their children, Madison, age 10, and Benjamin, age 8. For more information, visit www.adair2012.com or call 810.300.4556.