Friday, May 14, 2010

Legal pros support Elgee


When you need help on your house, painting, carpentry or a new roof, you ask your friends in the construction trades who you should hire. When you have a medical problem—a bad knee, allergies or a potential cancer scare, you ask your doctor or friends who are nurses who you should see.

The legal business is no different. The lawyers you know can tell you who to use for a particular problem—DUI, divorce or a real estate transaction—and they can tell you whether a judge is a good judge or an attorney is a good attorney.

Take a look at the names below of attorneys who practice in Blaine County and support Judge Elgee and compare it with the list of attorneys, if any, who are supporting his opponent. If you don't already know, that will give you a very good idea of who is best qualified to be Blaine County's district judge. There really is no question. It is Judge Robert J. Elgee.

Doug Aanestad, Rick Allington, K. Ellen Baxter, Erin Clark, Bruce Collier, Dan Dolan, Kevin Donohoe, Tracy Dunlap, Kirsten Dutcher, Brian Elkins, Jill Eshman, Bob Harwood, Bob Korb, Michael Kraynick, James Laski, Ed Lawson, Ann Legg, Barry Luboviski, Chip Mills, Lori Nakaoka, Doug Nelson, Andy Parnes, Jim Phillips, Tom Praggastis, Lee Ritzau, R. Keith Roark, Evan Robertson, E. Lee Schlender, Ed Simon, Gary Slette, Jim Speck, Miles Stanislaw, Steve Thompson, Stan Welsh, Cynthia Woolley, Ben Worst, Jan Wygle and Larry Young




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