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Santa Barbara County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Judge of the Superior Court; County of Santa Barbara; Office 3

Results as of Mar 29 12:18pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (417/417)
57.14% Voter Turnout (116322/203582)

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Timothy J. Staffel 67205 votes 64.66%

  • Occupation: Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge 1998 - Present
  • Law partner, private practice, Moomau & Staffel, 1987 - 1998
  • Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, 1992 - 1998
  • California Coastal Commission Member, 1994 - 1998
  • Associate Attorney, Borton, Petrini & Conron, 1985 - 1986
  • J.D. University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
  • B.A. San Diego State University
  • Experienced, Qualified and Dedicated
  • "Keep a hard working Judge working for us"
  • A Strong and Diverse Professional and Legal Background
Annette G. "Suzie" Sato 36412 votes 35.03%
  • Occupation: Attorney - Private Practice 1984 - Present
  • Judge Pro-Tempore, Lompoc Superior Court 1988 - Present
  • Judge Pro-Tempore, Santa Maria Superior Court 1997 - Present
  • Private Practice Attorney, Family Law, Civic/Criminal Law, Estate Planning
  • District Attorney's Office, Deputy District Attorney
  • Appointed by Judges to represent children in custody cases
  • Business Law Teacher - Allan Hancock College - 4 years
  • I will be a fair and knowledgeable judge.
  • I will treat all who come into my courtroom with respect.
  • I will listen equally to all sides.

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