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“I’ve been honored to serve Skagit County as Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecutor for over a decade. I have extensive trial and legal experience with a proven dedication to justice. Now I want to put that experience to work as a judge.” – Rosemary Kaholokula

Rosemary Kaholokula has what it takes to be an outstanding Superior Court judge: Extensive legal experience, dedication to justice, and a careful, deliberate approach that ensures fair administration of the law.

Rosemary has a reputation for excellence as a prosecutor. Her cases have included the “dog whisperer” murder, the homicide of the adopted girl who died in her own back yard, and the tragic Cascade Mall shooting. Rosemary’s handling of these cases are examples of why she is a trusted voice in our legal system.

No matter how difficult the case, Rosemary Kaholokula studies the facts, knows the law, and ensures justice is served.

You are cordially invited to explore this site. Study the evidence, research the facts, and you’ll see why we think Rosemary Kaholokula is the best choice for Skagit County Superior Court judge.

About Rosemary

“I’ve served as a prosecutor. I’ve served as an appellate attorney for indigent defendants. Now I want to put my experience to work as your next Skagit County Superior Court Judge.” – Rosemary Kaholokula

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Tonight I attended SWIB’s scholarship award dinner. I heard so many moving and inspirational stories, got to spend time with new and old friends, PLUS I won chocolate and coffee!

I had a wonderful time at the Skagit Women's Alliance and Network (SWAN) networking and wine event tonight - connecting with friends and meeting accomplished women. And the FOOD - yum!

So much fun at the Sedro Woolley auction - friends, frivolity, and oh yes, dessert!

I am enjoying the evening at the bar association’s Law Day dinner. Don Wick received the liberty bell award, Justice Fairhurst gave the keynote, and some high school students eloquently spoke.

Today I presented on the Youth Protection Policy for rotary district 5050 and the requirements for backgrounds checks for volunteers. Always inspiring to see so many rotarians making a difference every day. Rotary International

I am at a Financial Crimes Against Seniors seminar. There is good information on building a case where there is criminal exploitation of seniors. I am excited to bring this information back to the prosecutor’s office.

Mount Vernon’s street festival - corn dogs, juggler, tulips, and sunshine. It doesn’t get any better than this.