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Imperial, Inyo, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego Counties, CA November 3, 1998 General

Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 4 Division 1

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Daniel J. Kremer 1,030,251 votes 74.9%

  • Occupation: Presiding Justice
  • Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal for the Fourth District, Division One since July 1985
  • Superior Court Judge, San Diego County 1983-1985
  • Statewide head, California Attorney General's Office Criminal Division 1983
  • Assistant Attorney General in charge of the California Attorney General's San Diego Office, 1972-1983
  • Deputy Attorney General, Sacramento 1963-1972
  • BA Stanford University, 1960, LLB, Stanford University Law School, 1963
  • Apply the law as written, wisely, fairly and impartially
  • Treat all who come before the court with dignity and respect
  • Work to make the appellate courts open and accessible to the people
James A. McIntyre 1,012,507 votes 74.5%
  • Occupation: Associate Justice
Alex C. McDonald 1,004,772 votes 73.9%
  • Occupation: Associate Justice

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