Category: Judge of the Supreme Court

Candidates

Judge of the Supreme Court:

Voters choose a Judge of the Supreme Court every 6 years.

  • Can rule when someone appeals a Court of Appeals decision
  • Rules on death penalty cases

Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 2
Rebecca Duncan*
Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 3
Van Pounds
Meagan A Flynn
Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 5
Adrienne Nelson*

*Means that candidate chose not to submit a voting guide statement.

Van Pounds – Position 3

Photo: Van Pounds smiles and looks at the cameraCity where I live: Salem
Skills: Lawyer and Policy Analyst. Master of Laws (LL.M.) and Juris Doctor (J.D.), University of Missouri-Columbia.

3 things I will do if I win:
Icon: A picture of the Statue of Liberty. 1. I will perform the duties of judicial office fairly and impartially.

Icon: A picture of the Statue of Liberty.2. I will provide timely and clear legal guidance.

 

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3.I will give due consideration to all matters presented to the court.

Meagan A Flynn – Position 3

Photo: Meagan Flynn smiles and looks at the cameraSkills: Work experience: Justice, Oregon Supreme Court (2017 – present); Judge, Oregon Court of Appeals (2014-2017); Attorney, private practice (1994-2014). Education: Gonzaga University School of Law, J.D.; Willamette University, B.A

3 things I will do if I win:
Icon: A picture of the Statue of Liberty.1. “I’ve known Justice Flynn to be a person of the utmost integrity, intelligence and even-handedness ***. She is committed to upholding our Constitution and has my strong support.”— OR Sup Ct Justice Robert Durham, ret
Icon: A picture of the American flag with 13 stripes and 50 stars. 2. “Justice Flynn shares our common Oregon values of belief in the rule of law and trust in our justice system. We invite you to join us in voting for her.”  — Democratic House Speaker Tina Kotek and House Republican Leader Mike McLane
Icon: A picture of the Statue of Liberty. 3. It is my great honor to serve as a Supreme Court Judge. Our courts decide issues that make a difference in the lives of Oregonians, and I know that I must make those decisions carefully and fairly. I ask for your support to continue my service.