Traverse City Record-Eagle

Election 2010

October 17, 2010

Letters At Issue: Elections: 10/17/2010

Sense of fairness

I would like to strongly urge the voters of Leelanau County to elect Larry Nelson as probate judge. I have known Larry all my life. He has always shown a sense of fairness and ethics that I believe are extremely important in a judge. Larry is a strong family man and an experienced lawyer. He has helped our family in legal matters over the years and we have been served well by his good counsel. He has lived his entire life in Leelanau and knows and loves our county and our values. Please give him your support.

Diane Allington


Real-life solutions

Kevin Elsenheimer is my choice for district court judge. He graduated from Traverse City Schools and Northwestern Michigan College, earning the Boy Scout rank of Eagle along the way.

In his own law practice he's had over 900 cases and tried many in district court. He's articulate, straightforward and willing to offer real-life solutions to problems. He authored over 20 bills while serving in the state House of Representatives, and he'll transfer these skills and experience into a fair, effective, and firm Judge.

Vote Kevin Elsenheimer for district court judge.

Karen Strom

Traverse City

Highest integrity

The authors of the United States Constitution had genuine concern and compassion for their contemporaries and those to follow. Their goal was to create a governmental system that would be fair and just for all people.

Larry Nelson is a person of the highest integrity, with the broadest experience, that has carried out our forefathers' objectives on a daily basis over 33 years of legal experience.

Our 23 years of business and personal friendship with Larry have shown us that he is, by far, the best qualified person to be our next probate judge of Leelanau County.

Ray and Fran Rhoton


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