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Loginsky running for Court of Appeals | Political Notebook
BREMERTON — Pam Loginsky, attorney for the Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, has announced her candidacy for the state Court of Appeals, Division II District 2, which includes Kitsap County.
Her endorsements include Kitsap County District Court judges Stephen Holman and Jeffrey Jahns, Poulsbo Municipal Court Judge Jeffrey Tolman, Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney Russ Hauge, Kitsap County Sheriff Steve Boyer, Kitsap County Auditor Jim Avery, and Poulsbo City Councilman Ed Stern.
“The state Court of Appeals is an often overlooked, but very important, part of our justice system,” Loginsky said in a press release. “The people of Washington depend on the Court of Appeals to uphold the law and constitution and correct the errors of lower courts, while carefuly abiding by the precedents established by the state Supreme Court.”
Loginsky served in the U.S. Navy as a medical corpsman, earned her law degree from University of Washington, clerked for the Court of Appeals and has worked as a prosecutor and special deputy prosecutor in most of the counties of Division II District 2. She lives in Port Orchard, where she is active in her synagogue and volunteers with the Kitsap Humane Society, Benedict House and previously with area women’s shelters.