Last week the Snohomish County Bar Association’s Judicial Bar Poll rated me the most qualified candidate by a margin of more than two to one. Ninety-three percent of judges and lawyers who know me rated me “excellent” or “good”.
I have 15 years of judicial experience as a court-appointed arbitrator deciding actual cases pending in Superior Court. An arbitrator, like a judge, conducts hearings and issues decisions. As an arbitrator, I follow the law and do not let personal beliefs or outside influences sway me.
I am a senior trial attorney at Anderson Hunter, the largest law firm in the county. For 26 years I have helped businesses and citizens, including crime victims, navigate their way through our court system.
I volunteer with Snohomish County Legal Services and Housing Justice to provide legal aid to those who can’t afford it. Along with my wife of 23 years, I volunteer extensively in the public schools. I was a Big Brother and served on that organization’s Board. I coached our sons’ Little League teams for eight years.
I want to spend the rest of my career serving the citizens of Snohomish County and would be honored to receive your vote.
Millie Judge is an Administrative Law Judge, serving as the Hearing Examiner for Snohomish County and as a Pro Tem Hearing Examiner for the City of Lake Stevens. She clerked for Washington State Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred Dore.
She formerly served as the Assistant Chief Civil Deputy Prosecutor and owned a law firm. She led the litigation against the Brightwater wastewater plant, resulting in $70 million in community mitigation. She is currently the Chair of the Washington State Bar Association’s Environmental and Land Use Law Section, and an elected Fire Commissioner for District No. 1. She serves on the Boards of SNOCOM 911, the Starlight Children’s Foundation, and has coached Girls Basketball teams.
As an administrative law judge, Millie decides disputes involving members of our community daily. She has developed a reputation as fair, hardworking and independent. Her commitment to justice ensures every person appearing before her will be respected and valued.
Millie is endorsed by Judges, the Sheriff and Prosecutor and numerous elected officials. She is rated “Well Qualified” by the Washington Women Lawyers, Snohomish County Labor Council, Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, and the Joint Asian Judicial Evaluations Committee of Washington. She asks for your vote!