East Fork Justice Tom Perkins said his nearly two years on the bench have been among the most productive of his 36-year-legal career.
"Justice court is where I've done most of my best work," Perkins said. "It is very challenging, very important work. Public safety is paramount.
"I use my education and experience every day when I go to work. It's a court of law, and the people have the right to the best judges."
Perkins, 61, was appointed to the position in 2010 following the resignation of Justice Jim EnEarl. He is seeking a full six-year term against challenger …