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Above the others

 

August 2, 2018 | View PDF



For the past twelve years I have worked for Whitman County as a probation officer. First handling adult misdemeanor crimes in district court and for the past eight years working with juveniles in superior court. Within this time, I have had the privilege to collaborate with all three candidates running for the district court judge position. I also observed them handle cases that I was not a part of. All three candidates are exceptional and we are lucky to have such a difficult decision before us. However, one candidate clearly stands above the others, which is why I'm endorsing Dan LeBeau.

One only needs to look at his thirteen years of dedicated work for us, the people of Whitman County, to see that his service is just what we need for our judge. For the past decade, few attorneys can claim as many hard-worked hours in the courtroom setting. Dan has pursued justice on several types of cases in both district and superior courts. He successfully holds people standing before the court accountable, while understanding the need to help those individuals in order for them to move forward in life and avoid another courtroom encounter. Dan has been able to achieve this with integrity, decency and respect. These are the same characteristics that define his campaign.

When it comes time to place your vote, I hope you will remember to vote for the man that has been serving us for the past thirteen years, and who will continue to serve us with dedication, hard work, and integrity.

Join me, and vote Dan LeBeau for our district court judge.

--Drew Lisk,Pullman

 
 

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