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Tice-Raskin — a good fit for the Nevada County Bench

Some decisions are easier than others. My most confident vote is for judge on the Nevada County Superior Court. I am voting for Robert Tice-Raskin, and urge you to do the same. Rob is qualified to fill the seat being vacated by Judge Dowling. As a Federal Prosecutor, civil litigator, and a local Judge Pro Tem, he has already shown an ability to serve the people of California and Nevada County with integrity and humility. He is endorsed by over 20 judges in Nevada, Placer, and surrounding counties. He resides in South County with his wife, Sandi, and their five school-aged children.

I have had the pleasure of interacting with the Tice-Raskin’s at our local schools, in after-hours academic programs, and on our kids sporting teams. Rob is smart, level-headed and a creative problem solver. On a daily basis, I work with both elected and appointed officials who are working to make my hometown a better place to live. Rob certainly fits within that community of competent folks. Rob is a good fit for the vacant Nevada County Judgeship. I urge your vote for him.

Jon Costantino



Grass Valley


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