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Denver election guide introduces judges to voters: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario

After the Election Day stress of choosing the least objectionable candidate and making sense of the Amendments, voters are asked to decide upon the retention of a mysterious list of unknown State, District and County judges. In an effort to help educate voters for the upcoming November 2, 2010 election, brief descriptions (gleaned from Internet searches) are provided below for nine of the seventeen Denver District and County judges...

See below for the star of Denver's Night Court.

Denver's most controversial judge named for a maritime mystery is shown below...

Look for brief descriptions for the remaining ten of the seventeen Denver District and County judges up for a vote on the November 2 ballot to appear on the Latest Word blog in a few short days.

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