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Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura Counties, CA November 3, 1998 General

Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 2 Division 5

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Orville A. "Jack" Armstrong 1,273,390 votes 80.2%

  • Occupation: Associate Justice
  • Associate Justice, California State Court of Appeal (since 1993)
  • Judge, Los Angeles Superior Court (1991-January 1993)
  • Prior to becoming a judge, practiced law in Los Angeles, specializing in business litigation
  • Graduate of University of Texas (B.B.A. with honors; Beta Gamma Sigma); law degree from the University of Southern California (Legion Lex member)
  • Former president of State Bar of California and Chancery Club
  • Veteran (enlisted in U.S. Army Air Corps in 1946; honorably discharged as sergeant, 1949)
  • To continue to impartially apply the Constitutions, initiatives, statutes and binding judicial decisions in deciding cases
  • To continue to treat all parties with courtesy and respect and to encourage civility in judicial proceedings
  • To continue to perform the duties of my public office diligently and with care

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