RENO, Nev. (September 22, 2020) – Local and tenured attorney, Kathleen Sigurdson, is running for the Second Judicial District Court of Nevada, Department 10, and just secured the endorsement of the Culinary Workers Union Local 226. The Culinary Union 226 comprises 60,000 workers in food and drink and casino establishments in both Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sigurdson is running based on a self-expressed desire to add further representation to the Washoe County court system and give back to her community.

“I knew at an early age I wanted to dedicate my life to helping others,” said Sigurdson. “As soon as I entered the legal field I knew serving as a judge would be a powerful way to ensure I could fulfill that calling. Additionally, I view serving as a judge for Department 10 as a means to further advance parity in our region and would be humbled to take this responsibility should Washoe County citizens agree.”

While the race for Second Judicial District Court of Nevada is a nonpartisan race, Sigurdson was recently interviewed by the Democratic Party regarding her motivations for running, the recording for which can be viewed here. Those interested in learning more about her campaign can visit her campaign trail on Facebook.

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About Kathleen Sigurdson
Kathleen Sigurdson, Esq. has been practicing law in Nevada for more than twenty years. Prior to obtaining her legal degree from Quinnipiac University’s School of Law, Sigurdson spent ten years as a rehabilitation counselor having earned her bachelor’s of science in recreation therapy and master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from San Diego State University. She is confident this decade in compassion services will help illuminate multiple aspects of those in the district she will be serving. Sigurdson brings a wide array of legal expertise and a determination to pursue morality, blind justice and balance to the race for the Second Judicial District Court of Nevada. She has leveraged her practice, Kathleen A. Sigurdson and Associates, to ensure the underdog has accurate and fair representation in a courtroom with bigger entities. Sigurdson’s motivations for running stem from her family’s experience with trauma and how that played out in the court system paired with a strong obligation to do right by others. She has been active in the legal community outside of the courtroom, serving on the board of the Nevada Justice Association, and active in the philanthropy community, working to support organizations like the Food Bank of Northern Nevada and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.