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    Regular Member Gene Beasley's Avatar
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    The State Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are all uncontested so not really anything to discuss there.

    In King County, the Superior Court has three positions on the ballot. Two of the races are losers for us no matter who wins (Position 1: Bradshaw v. Perisien and Position 37: Rietschel v. Mack).

    There is one race, however where there is a clear choice. Judge Position 22; Garratt v. Hill. From my research, Garratt is the winner hands down. I base this on who endorses them, their rating by the Bar Association(s) and the Municipal League.

    This might be a good place to put your thoughts for your county.

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    Kitsap County: Bruce Danielson Superior Court. Gun rights advocate. Has attendedtwo of our OCDO picnics. He is a must have!

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    Bruce,

    How did he meeting go? Bruce Danielson and Kris were in the store and said they were going. Bruce mentioned an idea about an OC picni that would really get the 2nd Anti's in a knot. Does not want it on the internet until AFTER the election and he has a chance to get me a copy of all the laws. Did he mention something like that to you?

    PM coming your way.

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    I enjoyed seeing Bruce and his wife at the Republican Town Meeting. I was pleased that, even though it was a partisan event, he attended as a candidate for a non-partisan office. They explainedhis idea for the OCDO picnic. Great idea. We have to get him elected!

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    IIRC when I voted a few days ago, there weren't any choices on the Sno. Co. ballot for Judicial, I'm pretty sure I voted all republican for state/district stuff, but the prez. went to Barr. I'm libertarian/independant/whatever and I've only voted once before. I vote on merit/issues, not party and I don't believe in the "lesser of two evils" method. I thought it was interesting though, because I voted mostly Dem last time and I feel I was screwed over since then. So I thought I'd try GOP and I'm looking forward to how things might turn out, I'm leary, but live and learn.

    I DO think Rossi will do a better job though, I didn't have a second thought marking that line.

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    Already mailed in my ballot. Count one vote for Bruce Danielson.

    Had a chance to let our kids play together and they had a great time. He really is a good guy. Conversation was a bit strained because of campaign rules but I had a great time.
    "Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world." ~ Musashi

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