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San Francisco County, CA November 8, 2011 Election
 Smart Voter Sharmin Bock

Candidate for
District Attorney; City of San Francisco

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Assistant District Attorney in Charge of Special Operations.
  • 22 years of courtroom experience as a prosecutor.
  • Represented the people of California in the courtroom more than 1,000 times on cases ranging from misdemeanor to murder.
  • 95% conviction rate in felony cases taken to jury trial.
  • Never lost a serious or violent felony trial.
  • Nationally recognized leader in fight against Child Sex Trafficking.
  • Won the 2009 Fay Stender Award from the California Women Lawyers - the first prosecutor ever to win the award.
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Achieving justice for victims of violent crime.
  • Protecting our kids.
  • Ensuring San Francisco has an independent and professional DA's office.
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Key Endorsements
  • Congresswoman Jackie Speier
  • San Francisco Firefighters
  • Sierra Club
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