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Judge candidate challenges voter guide statement

Posted by Unknown | Mar 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

A candidate for Seattle  Municipal Court Judge, Ed McKenna, is challenging the Ethics and Elections Commission on a voter guide statement. The 20-year-prosecutor is challenging the presiding judge on a portion of his voter's statement.

Mckenna's made a statement to the commission that said that the people of King County deserve a better judge than one that was ranked last out of 47 judges in the area that were reviewed.

Ethic and Elections rules state the candidates running for judge can not discus each other, but McKenna is unsure how he will get the word out about his opponent and his is worried that the voters will go for the incumbent.

An attorney working for McKenna said that he does not criticize the presiding judges positions and does not say her name so he should be allowed to keep it as is.

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