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Los Angeles County, CA June 3, 2014 Election
Judge of the Superior Court; County of Los Angeles; Office 97 Voter Information

A runoff may be held on 11/4/2014 between the top 2 candidates who received the most votes if neither receives a majority. If one candidate receives a majority of votes in this election, that candidate wins and no runoff will be held.

Results as of Jun 25 1:20pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (4,870/4,870)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Teresa P. Magno Click here for more information about this candidate 315,661 votes 52.08%

  • Occupation: Gang Murder Prosecutor
  • Attorney for 17 years
  • Successfully prosecuted hundreds of serious felonies
  • Completed 41 gang murder trials
  • Proponent of gang intervention programs
  • UCLA School of Law graduate
  • Ensure justice for all, regardless of race, religion, disability, gender or sexual orientation.
  • Public safety, but emphasizing rehabilitation along with punishment and deterrence.
  • Operate an efficient, professional courtroom, respectful of jurors, attorneys, parties, and staff.
Songhai "Sunny" Armstead Click here for more information about this candidate 290,449 votes 47.92%
  • Occupation: Supervising Criminal Prosecutor
  • Criminal prosecutor with over a decade of experience
  • Innovator of diversion programs
  • Mediator for complex disputes
  • Endorsed by Los Angeles Times and 115 more
  • Lecturer/Professor for UCLA Cesar E. Chavez Department of Chicana/o Studies
  • UCLA School of Law grad and current Alumni Board Member
  • Ensure our judiciary provides fair and balanced justice to all.
  • Increase diversion opportunities for non-violent Veterans, homeless, youth
  • Promote efficiency and make the courts more accessible to the public.

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