Support for Estudillo

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To the editor:

It has been my privilege to serve as your District Court judge for the past 25-plus years. I was born and raised in Quincy, where I grew up on the family ranch.

My father, Dr. LeRoy Whitener, practiced veterinary medicine for over 40 years, with clinics in Quincy and Ephrata. I write this letter of support for Judge David Estudillo because I believe he lives the same values we cherish.

When Judge Estudillo joined our Superior Court bench last year, he was a great addition to our judiciary. His high level of courtroom experience, his knowledge of the law, and his humble, respectful demeanor make him the kind of judge we deserve in Grant County.

Judge Estudillo is now running to retain his seat, as required by law. We need to keep him working for Grant County.

Judged Estudillo is the only candidate for this position with extensive experience as a lawyer and the kind of judicial experience that matters.

Judge Janis Whitener-Moberg

Grant County District Court

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