It would seem that a candidate for judgeship, namely Corbin-Johnson, would need to consider ALL the facts, both in campaign rhetoric (spelled "mud-slinging") and in
the performance of her duties as a judge. Using the convenient facts while omitting other pertinent information is NO way to handle a campaign, OR rule in a hearing.
Vance and those who have fond memories of this place: I have the pleasure of living next to Edith's daughter, and she had this to say after reading the blog notes and comments:"Mom was dedicated to that business - good products and her customers. I worked with Mother 2/3 of the life of Sno-Cream. We wore the tread off many pairs of tennis shoes on those concrete floors. We all learned a strong work ethic by her example." It is nice to have her and the Sno-Cream remembered so fondly.
By Chris Davis, Susan Ellis, Toby Sells, and Maya Smith
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