Steve Alexander Campaign Releases “Judicial Criminal Scorecard”
October 31, 2002
Bremerton, WA – Steve Alexander, official write-in candidate for Position 4 on the Supreme Court, today released a Judicial Criminal Scorecard documenting the Supreme Court’s record on criminal justice issues. “Judges must take proper steps to insure the judicial role does not encroach upon the other branches of government. Is the Court impeding the orderly administration of criminal justice? You be the judge,” said Alexander, a former deputy prosecutor with over twenty-one years of judicial experience.
The Judicial Criminal Scorecard helps to highlight the differences in judicial philosophy among current Supreme Court Justices. At the Scorecard website you will find:
The names of all 144 significant criminal law cases the Court
heard from 2000-2002, including dates and citations.
The Scorecard website is http://www.judgestevealexander.com/criminal.html.
For information on other Supreme Court topics, including property rights, the initiative process, the sanctity of human life, and same-sex couples, visit the Supreme Power website at http://www.judgestevealexander.com/supreme.html.
Steve Alexander filed with the Secretary of State October 8th as a write-in candidate for Position 4 on the Supreme Court. His opponents are Charles W. Johnson and Pam Loginsky. Steve holds a B.A. from the University of Vermont and a J.D. from Boston College Law School. He served in the 8th U.S. Army in Taegu, South Korea in 1965-66. He worked as clerk-bailiff for King County Superior Court in 1970- 71, and worked for the Kitsap County Prosecutor’s office from 1971-80. From 1980-82 he served as a judge for both the Kitsap County District Court and Bremerton Municipal Court, and served as Kitsap County District Court Judge from 1983-99. He currently serves as Judge Pro Tem in Kitsap and Mason Counties. He lives with his wife, Sandra, in Bremerton. They have four children. Steve is endorsed by Judicial Forum, the Washington Property Rights Alliance, the Western Fish & Wildlife Federation, the Washington Firearms Rights Coalition, Ellen Craswell, Clint Bolick, and Kenneth D. Vanderhoef. He is also one of “Kirby Wilbur’s Picks.” For more information, including additional endorsements, visit the campaign website, www.judgestevealexander.com.
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