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Sacramento County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
District Attorney; County of Sacramento Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Aug 20 9:41pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1116/1116)
(602 Total Other Write-In Votes .29%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jan Scully Click here for more information about this candidate 164,686 votes 79.47%

  • Occupation: District Attorney
  • California District Attorneys Association, Member and Past President
  • Institute for the Advancement of Criminal Justice, Board member and past President
  • California Council on Criminal Justice, Chair
  • National District Attorneys Association, Member and Vice President
  • National District Attorneys Association's Crime Victims Advocacy Committee, Chair
  • "Outstanding Leadership" award from Cities in Schools
  • Prosecute sex offenders, violent offenders, career criminals, and juveniles who murder or use guns
  • Advocate and seek justice for Crime Victims
  • Lead an office of very ethical professionals who are committed to making our community safe
Julius M. Engel 41,933 votes 20.24%
  • Occupation: Attorney-At-Law

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