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Position Two: Lewis County is electing a Superior Court judge to fill the position vacated by retiring Judge H. John Hall. Two candidates have filed for the position: Sherry Peterson and Jim Lawler. This election will be on the general election ballot in November.

Jim Lawler

Jim Lawler

Sherry Peterson

Sherry Peterson


 
Finance report:

CANDIDATE REPORT DATE CONTRIBUTIONS EXPENDITURES
Sherry Peterson 01/31/08 $51,783.93 $47,513.45
James W. Lawler 11/30/2007 $33,304.06 $31,681.34

 
Newspaper endorsements (click paper for details):

NEWSPAPER JIM LAWLER SHERRY PETERSON
Centralia Chronicle  

Video (Adobe Flash Player):

Centralia Chronicle   Editorial Board interview with Jim Lawler
Centralia Chronicle   Editorial Board interview with Sherry Peterson

Media report:

    November 6
Centralia Chronicle   At long last, election day
    November 5
Centralia Chronicle   Last call for ballots
    October 31
Centralia Chronicle   Accusations continue
    October 29
Centralia Chronicle   It's time to vote
    October 21
The Olympian   Lewis County: Ethics a topic in race for judge
    October 20
Centralia Chronicle   [Opinion] Lawler best qualified to be new Superior Court judge in county
Centralia Chronicle   Would-be judges offer different experiences, qualifications
    October 12
Centralia Chronicle   Forum informs crowd at Centralia College
    October 11
Centralia Chronicle   Lawler responds to bar complaint

 
 

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