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  Alsdorf, Robert
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NameRobert Alsdorf
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Seattle, Washington 98104, United States
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Aug 29, 2004 11:17am
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InfoRobert Alsdorf is an exceptional Judge. Locally and nationally recognized during his 14 years as a Superior Court Judge, he has received four "Judge of the Year" awards, including the Vanguard Award from Washington Women Lawyers.

In 2004, he became the first and only Judge to be rated at the top of every category (decision-making, demeanor, impartiality, efficiency and overall) in the King County Bar Poll. Judge Alsdorf is rated "Exceptionally Well Qualified" by every bar organization evaluating his candidacy.

A consensus choice, Bob has many bipartisan endorsers including seven retired Supreme Court Justices, former Governor Dan Evans, House Speaker Frank Chopp, former Seattle Mayor Norm Rice, Bill Gates, Sr., Jenny Durkan, Rev. Samuel McKinney, Ruth Woo, the State Labor Council, King County Young Democrats, Mainstream Republicans, State Council of Fire Fighters, and the King County Police Guild.

Judge Alsdorf and his wife, Sarah, a third grade teacher, have lived in Seattle for thirty years and have two grown sons.

Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Guy of Spokane has said, "Judge Alsdorf is known for outstanding ability and common sense." Former U.S. Attorney Kate Pflaumer calls Judge Alsdorf "a man of tremendous character and integrity. Our best possible choice!"

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