General Election: November 7, 2017

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Tony Hazel


Spokane County Superior Court

Position 6

Tony Hazel

Legal/Judicial Experience: Incumbent, gubernatorial appointment.

Other Professional Experience: Current Spokane County Superior Court Judge in Position #6, former Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Spokane County, extensive criminal and civil trial experience, formed Identity Theft Taskforce, expertise in evidence-based sentencing alternatives, community leader in criminal justice strategic planning/reform, served on Spokane’s Public Safety Team, and former Spokane County Bar President (2015).

Education: Gonzaga University School of Law, JD with Honors; Gonzaga University, BA Political Science.

Community Service: Board Member of TeamGleason (nonprofit ALS organization), serves on WSU’s School of Medicine Steering Committee, and a recipient of the Salvation Army’s “Making Spokane Better” award.

Statement: Judge Hazel was born and raised in Spokane and has dedicated his entire career to public service. As a former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for 14 years, Judge Hazel places priority on public safety, while protecting individual civil rights. Judge Hazel has a proven track record for treating all people with fairness, dignity, and respect, while upholding the rule of law and Constitutions of both the United States and Washington State. Judge Hazel has received the rating of “Exceptionally Qualified” from the Spokane County Bar Association, the highest rating possible. Visit for more information and endorsements.

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Opponents: Jocelyn Cook | J. Scott Miller
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