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Wallace has local support for judge


In less than two weeks this whole election fiasco will be at an end! I hope the young, first-time voters realize that this has not been the norm over the years!

A large number of our young people have had the opportunity to meet and know a very special candidate up close! This special candidate is Nick Wallace, who is running for Grant County Superior Court Judge. Some of those young people simply call him Coach Nick. 

Nick Wallace has been a resident of Grant County for over 20 years (as opposed to Mr. Estu- dillo’s four or five). In those 20 years, Mr. Wallace has established a very reputable law practice, raised two beautiful daughters and has been involved with numerous community activities with the total help of his lovely wife, Teresa. If your child has been/is involved with soccer, there is a 90 percent chance you know Coach Nick. The Endeavor Soccer Academy, with Coach Nick at the helm, started five years ago, with five to six kids. Now there are about 140 kids (boys and girls). Coach Nick led his U12 girls to a state cup title this year. 

I am 150 percent for Nick Wallace for Judge. I know there are a lot of people who feel as I do. I was particularly struck by the following: Mr. Wallace received $35,380 in campaign contributions, $32,180 being from 123 Grant County residents, $3,200 being from nine Washington State folks. Mr. Estudillo received $33,784 in campaign contributions, $14,250 being from 63 Grant County residents, $19,534 being from 87 people in New Jersey, Texas, Mercer Island, Olympia, Seattle, etc.

The aforementioned should tell you something! I would say 90 percent of lawyers in the area support Nick. Tom Jones, Judge Sperline, and many others, plus Court Commissioner Harry Ries and Kim Allen (Grant County Clerk), are supporting Nick Wallace.

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Joan M. Green

Moses Lake

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