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March 15, 2013

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Waterfox

The current Chief Judge Eric Washington is an excellent choice for the position, and it has been verified by his great leadership. Under his direction the court seem to be operating in a maximum efficient capacity whereas complaints are few, and employees and the public tend to be happy with the currrent incumbent.

While wearing the crown as a Disable American Veteran (DAV), we have a unique philosophy which implicates: "If it aint broke, don't fix it." Operations constant. According to my observation, the courts are being operated with maximum efficiency, and employess tend to be humble under the current leadership. The Ultimate Observer (private observationist) hope that Chief Judge Washington is reappointed. If the current Chief Judge Eric Washington is reappointed, then the next four (4) years will be as sucessful as the previous years and more. Giving the fact that his operational experience is what steered us to success thus far, which means that in the next four (4) years the Chief will have the opportunity to express his ability to maintain standards in keeping the Courts status above the rest.

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