Letters to the Editor

Supports Klein for Superior Court

I feel that Karen Klein is the best candidate for Superior Court.

I have known her for more than 15 years, both as our attorney and our friend. Not only is she a person of integrity, but a great lawyer. She advised us on civil insurance and landlord-tenant matters, and assisted our family in a criminal defense case as well. She is smart, compassionate, a hard worker and a problem-solver, qualities needed as a judge.

I urge you to vote for Karen Klein for judge.

Casey Johnson
Bainbridge Island

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Karen Klein is the most qualified candidate and should be elected as the people’s representative as the Superior Court judge of Kitsap County.

Karen is the only candidate having the experience as a judge pro-tem in Superior Court in the state of Washington. She has 30 years of diverse experience in the legal profession working as a private practice attorney,  for  companies  in private enterprise and public service, as well as a law school instructor at the University of Washington.

As an attorney, mentor and volunteer, Karen serves as an advocate for the youngest members of our community and for our senior citizens. I am a paraeducator and coordinator of a grant-based reading program at a public elementary school and Karen volunteered throughout this last school year as a reading tutor to children. Karen is an inspiring individual who strives and is personally committed to be of service and holds herself to the highest standards of the concepts of citizenship, service and to the facts and the law. She has integrity.

I hope you will consider the choices of candidates for this position and make the decision to cast your vote for Karen Klein.

Terri K. Day


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