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Santa Clara County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
Judge - Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 18 Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Results as of March 30 2:50pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (1029/1029)
(1,032 Writein Votes 0.45%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Teresa Guerrero-Daley Click here for more information about this candidate 138,259 votes 58.78%

  • Occupation: Attorney in Santa Clara County
  • San Jose's Independent Police Auditor
  • Trial Attorney, experience includes a Death Penalty Case. Handled a heavy case load, over 1500.
  • S.C. C. Superior Court Judge Pro-Tem and Arbitrator
  • Professor, Lincoln Law School
  • President, La Raza Lawyers of Santa Clara County
  • Chair, Lincoln Law School Board of Trustees
  • Provide Effective, Fair, and Equal Justice for all People
  • Use my Expertise in assessing an organization's infrastructure and operations to Improve the Efficiency of the Courts
  • Address and improve programs that focus on Domestic Violence & Juvenile Reform
William J. Monahan Click here for more information about this candidate 96,951 votes 41.22%
  • Occupation: Attorney in Santa Clara County
  • Trial Attorney at Burriss & Monahan, business and civil litigation
  • 20 years extensive legal experience
  • Regularly requested as Judge Pro Tem for 7 years and Judicial Arbitrator for 3 years by the Santa Clara County Superior Court
  • J.D., University of Santa Clara School of Law
  • B.A., U.C. Santa Barbara, economics and political science
  • He has accepted no monetary contributions. He owes no favors.
  • Keeping our community safe.
  • Suports rehabilitation and treatment programs for nonviolent drug offenders and minor offenders.
  • Supports saving taxpayer's and parties' money by encouraging voluntary mediation and arbitration and opposing frivolous lawsuits.

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The the Leagues of Women Voters of Santa Clara County has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Sentencing, Juvenile Probation Department, and Juvenile Crime Act.

Official Information

State Bar of Calif. - Member Records Online

Candidates Forum
Wednesday, Feb. 4, 7-8:30pm at Campbell Public Library's Community Room, 77 Harrison Ave. (off Civic Center Dr. just west of the railroad tracks)
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