Decision 2009

Ed Wolfe will

get my vote

When you go to court, you expect your lawyer to stand up for you. A community should expect a judge not only to administer the law fairly, but to be an advocate for all of us. Ed Wolfe measures up.

Ed’s legal peers once elected him president of the Kitsap County Bar Association and his endorsers include a lot of community leaders with varied philosophical views. People see Ed as a fair man — but smaller, personal observations have convinced me he’ll be a fine advocate for all of us.

Ed is a Rotarian seen bidding for items at Lions Club charity auctions. Ed moved his law practice from Silverdale to downtown Bremerton because he liked Bremerton’s revival and wanted to join it. If you were to ask other people, you’d hear similar anecdotes.

Ed remains true to his calling as a family lawyer: He’ll make time for lunch with a friend, but if approached by a potential client on the walk back to work, he’ll make sure to excuse himself and escort the client inside his office before discussing a word of business. He looks out for his clients.

Ed Wolfe will get my vote for Bremerton Municipal Court.



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