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Wiggins belongs on State Supreme Court | Letters | Oct. 29

Please check the impartial, award-winning website VotingForJudges.org, an study the two candidates on your Nov. 2 ballot for statewide election to our Supreme Court. Join us in voting for Bainbridge Island’s own Charlie Wiggins, the candidate for justice we deserve.

Charlie Wiggins is a man of integrity, intelligence, civility, respect for all, commitment to applying the law impartially, and reverence for justice.

He has served our state honorably as a Court of Appeals judge and a substitute Superior Court judge.

For 30 years he has represented a wide range of people seeking justice in our courts. Chief Justices from other states’ Supreme Courts chose Charlie to advocate their winning position on a high-profile ethics case in the United States Supreme Court.

Charlie is smart, organized, hard working, dedicated, idealistic, yet grounded in reality.

His integrity extends to all aspects of his life – personal, professional, spiritual, and community, including as a: Eagle Scout; Army captain; mentor to countries developing new judicial systems; church leader and Sunday school teacher; and fundraiser/builder for Habitat for Humanity.

We need Charlie Wiggins’ impartiality and judicial temperament on our Supreme Court. We whole-heartedly urge you to vote for Charlie Wiggins.

State Court of Appeals (Division 2): Judges J. Robin Hunt, Marywave Van Deren and C.C.Bridgewater; (Division 1) Chief Judge Stephen Dwyer.

Kitsap County Superior Court, Judges Theodore Spearman, Jeanette Dalton and Sally Olsen

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