A candidate for Spokane County District Court, Position 1, Spokane County in the 2018 Washington Primary Election
Political experience: First run for office.
Work experience: Works as an assistant Spokane city prosecutor in charge of the domestic violence unit. Has spent 15 years as a city prosecutor. Before working for the city, was an associate attorney at the civil litigation firm Miller, Devlin, McLean and Weaver, where he handled mostly employment law and insurance defenses.
Education: Graduated from Bellarmine Preparatory School in Tacoma in 1990. Graduated from University of Washington in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. Graduated from Gonzaga School of Law in 1998.
Family: Married. Has three children.
- Web: lyndenforjudge.com
Two candidates vying to become Spokane County District Court’s newest judge are on their way to the general election after escaping a close race in the primary.
Judge Vance Peterson’s planned retirement at the end of the year has drawn three challengers vying to become Spokane County’s newest district court judge. All three have lived in Spokane for decades, some born and raised. All three graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law and spent years working as attorneys. Where they diverge is the experience – particularly, whether they’ve already donned the black robes.