Judges and Propositions

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It’s frightening to think that a judge you know next to nothing about but will vote for in November may ultimately find his way to the Supreme Court.

Judging the Judges – Nov 2010

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Here we go again. I just received my “Official Sample Ballot” in the mail. I open it and scan each page. I see the list of candidates running for governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, controller, treasurer, and so on. I know, without any doubt who I will be casting my vote for in all of the races except one. Which one?. . . You guessed it. THE JUDGES!!!!

Judging the Judges 2010

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Sharon Kyle: Studies have shown that the average voter goes to the polls with little to no information on judicial races.Every election cycle, we are asked to vote for people few of us have heard of for offices that few of us know very much about. Yet these offices carry tremendous power.

A Letter From a Sitting Judge about the Judges on the Ballot in L.A. County

I strongly support the following sitting judicial officers in the following judicial races: #82 Referee Cynthia Loo #84 Commissioner Lori-Ann Jones #154 Commissioner Rocky Crabb #72 Dep DA Hilleri Grossman Merritt #94 Dep Public Defender C. Edward Mack shown here Lori Ann Jones(l) and Cynthia Loo(r)

Judge Donna Quigley Groman Supports Loo, Jones, Crabb, Grossman, and Mack for LA Superior Court

I strongly support the following sitting judicial officers in the following judicial races: #82 Referee Cynthia Loo #84 Commissioner Lori-Ann Jones #154 Commissioner Rocky Crabb #72 Deputy DA Hilleri Grossman Merritt #94 Deputy Public Defender C. Edward Mack (shown here Lori Ann Jones and Cynthia Loo)

Getting Our Feet Wet With Fundraising

In our ongoing immersion into all things political, we held the first fundraiser in our home last Saturday. We’re not exactly social butterflies, so the idea of having dozens of folks over for Stella, Brie, and polite conversation is more than a bit daunting.

Semi Final Results – LA County Superior Court

Candidate Votes JUDGE-SUPERIOR COURT – OFFICE NO 3 DANIEL P RAMIREZ………………….381,923 JUDGE-SUPERIOR COURT – OFFICE NO 4 RALPH W DAU…………………………..308,358 SYDNEE R SINGER…………………….159,657 JUDGE-SUPERIOR COURT – OFFICE NO 35 JUAN C DOMINGUEZ………………..365,981

Should We Judge the Judges?

Judging the Judges

On Tuesday, June 3rd, Californians will go to the polls. Many will struggle over which candidates to select for the Superior Court Judge offices. Two weeks ago, I posted an article, “Judging the Judges.” In it, I said I’d get back to you before June 3rd.

Judging the Judges

Cynthia Loo

When the time comes to vote in judicial races, I’m usually frustrated. This sense of frustration is driven by my lack of knowledge about the candidates and difficulty associated with getting enough information to make an informed decision. A few years ago, when I was relatively new to the Northeast Democratic Club, I attended a [...]

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