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Washington Supreme Court Justices Susan Owens and Steve Gonzalez easily retained their seats in Tuesday’s primary, while Seattle appeals lawyer Sheryl Gordon McCloud and former Justice Richard Sanders were leading a crowded field seeking to replace the retiring Tom Chambers.
Former Justice Richard Sanders faces tough opposition in his bid to regain a seat on Washington’s Supreme Court.
When Washington Supreme Court Justice Tom Chambers announced in January that he wouldn’t seek re-election, he told a newspaper he was looking forward to traveling. But he had a year left on his term, and a serious health matter to deal with first.
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Appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire, Steven Gonzalez was sworn in Monday as the newest member of the Washington state Supreme Court.