Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Vote Horton for Idaho Supreme Court


    On May 20, Idaho will select a justice on the Idaho Supreme Court. This race has not attracted much attention locally, but it is very important.
    Decisions by the Idaho Supreme Court affect all of us on a daily basis. We in law enforcement simply want justices who apply the law to a case in an unbiased manner. That is why we support Justice Joel Horton in the upcoming primary election. As Justice Horton stated, his job is much like an umpire—to call a ball a ball and a strike a strike. Unlike his opponent, Justice Horton understands that he cannot advocate a special interest when he is on the bench. We urge you to vote for Justice Joel Horton.
Jim Thomas, Blaine County prosecutor
Gene Ramsey, Blaine County sheriff
Jeff Gunter, Hailey police chief
Walt Femling, Sun Valley police chief
Steve Harkins,Ketchum police chief
Larry Clark, Bellevue marshal

 




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