Primary Election: August 7, 2018

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Bob Rembert


Whitman County District Court

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Bob Rembert

Statement: I have practiced law in Whitman County since 1996 and, along with my wife, Jeannine, have raised our family in the community. As an attorney and principal at Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown, I have represented clients in a broad variety of criminal and civil litigation matters in courts throughout Washington.

I have served as President of the Whitman County Bar Association, a Judge Pro-Tem for the Whitman County District Court and am a Whitman County Superior Court Pro-Tem Commissioner.

During my legal career, I have seen public service as an important part of my professional and personal life. I am the Past-President of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce Board, a Commissioner on Whitman County Civil Service Commission and Chair of the Lewis & Clark State College Legal Support Advisory Committee. I have also served as a Director of the Pullman Education Foundation, a Trustee of Neill Public Library and a Commissioner on the Whitman County Salary Commission. In 2014, I received the Pullman School District Community Leadership Award.

Those appearing before the Whitman County District Court deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, while receiving a result that is impartial and consistent with the law. I will use my experience, common sense and commitment to the rule of law to ensure that the Whitman County District Court is run in an efficient manner and one that ensures everyone who comes before the court obtains a fair, practical and just result.

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Opponents: John Hart, Dan LeBeau
, Bremerton, WA
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