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O'Toole endorsed by former Bellevue police chief

Lisa O’Toole - Courtesy Photo
Lisa O’Toole
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Lisa O’Toole, candidate for King County District Court Judge, has been endorsed by former Bellevue Police Chief Linda Pillo. O’Toole is running for judge in the Northeast Division, Position 3, a seat being vacated by retiring Judge Linda Jacke.

O’Toole has 27 years experience both as a King County deputy prosecuting attorney and as a civil attorney in private practice. She also has experience as a Judge Pro Tem in King County District Court and municipal courts, presiding over both criminal and civil cases.

O’Toole also has been endorsed by Bellevue Mayor Claudia Balducci, councilmembers John Chelminiak and Conrad Lee, state Rep. Cyrus Habib, King County Council member Jane Hague, the King County Police Officers’ Guild, Kirkland Firefighters, Kirkland Police Officers’ Guild, King County Labor Council, and judges from the Appellate to Municipal Court levels. More information is at LisaOTooleForJudge.com.

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