Judge Joe Burrowes served our community as a Hanford patrolman and as a Benton County sheriff’s deputy. At 34 years young, Joe ended his successful career in law enforcement to pursue his dream to become a jurist.
Judge Joe Burrowes became a civil trial attorney and represented municipalities such as Pasco and Benton City. He successfully litigated before the state Supreme Court. He has been a defense attorney, a family law facilitator, a deputy prosecutor, and a judge pro tem. This experience is unrivaled in the Superior Court race.
Judge Joe Burrowes now serves as a District Court judge in Benton County. He is the dean of the Washington State Judicial College, and the treasurer of the district and municipal judges association. He was honored by Washington State University Tri-Cities with the Distinguished Alumnus award for professional accomplishments, support of higher education, and community involvement. Unrivaled leadership.
Judge Joe Burrowes is a proven community leader, and an unwavering advocate for justice. His law enforcement, legal and judicial experience make him the superior choice for Superior Court.
Join me and vote for Judge Joe Burrowes.
Ron Hayden, former West Richland City Council member, Benton City