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16 Seeking Pima County Superior Court Judge Spot

Public feedback sought at Wednesday meeting in Tucson.

Generic Pima County Superior Court Hero Inside the Pima County Superior Court.

Sixteen people have applied for a vacancy on the Pima County Superior Court.

The public can weigh in on the potential judges at a meeting in Tucson at 9 a.m., Wednesday, March 8, at the Sheraton Tucson Hotel, 5151 E. Grant Road.

The Commission on Trial Court Appointments will hold the meeting, then forward at least three names to Gov. Doug Ducey, who will appoint the judge.

The position will fill a vacancy created when Judge K.C. Stanford retires in April.

The candidates are:
Renee T. Bennett
Justin D. Castillo
Vincent J. Frey
Baird S. Greene
John N. Iurino
Kellie L. Johnson
Brian K. Kimminau
Reagen A. Kulseth
Nannette C. Morrow
Laurie B. San Angelo
Ken Sanders
Keith A. Singer
John C. Smith
John H. Sundt
Angela W. Woolridge
Wayne E. Yehling

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