Letters to the Editor

Joe Wilson leads with integrity Snohomish County Clerk

On Aug. 19, Snohomish County voters will have an opportunity to cast their choice for the next Superior Court Judge, position number 6. Having worked in the Superior court system for 23 years, I have had the opportunity to see firsthand the important role our Superior Court Judges hold.

Joe Wilson is running for Superior Court Judge to ensure fairness, equality and a commitment to victim's rights. He has dedicated himself to serving the people of Snohomish County as a Superior Court law clerk, volunteer, victim advocate, guardian ad litem, administrative judge, judge protem and currently as a private practice lawyer. He has argued cases successfully at multiple court levels, including the Court of Appeals and Washington State Supreme Court. His legal experience includes handling a wide-range of cases: criminal, civil and family law.

Our Superior Court needs a leader who is passionate about justice and who is even-handed and committed to safe neighborhoods, schools and helping people. I have known Joe for over 20 years and have seen his dedication to our community. Joe leads with integrity and his character is defined by his tireless actions to helping others.

Joe Wilson's wide range of experience and unique legal background make him the most qualified candidate for Position 6 of the Superior Court bench.

As the Snohomish County Clerk, I am endorsing Joe Wilson and hope that you will join me in casting your vote for him.

Sonya (Barnard) Kraski

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