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Santa Clara County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
Judge - Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 7 Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Results as of November 12 3:46pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (1088/1088)
(1,654 Writein Votes 0.37%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)

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Griffin Bonini Click here for more information about this candidate 265,870 votes 59.99%

  • Occupation: Deputy District Attorney
  • Received Most Votes In March Primary - Only Criminal Prosecutor Running For Judge. Bonini has prosecuted thousands of criminal cases.
  • Only Candidate with BOTH extensive criminal and civil law experience.
  • Endorsed by Thirty (30) Current and Retired Judges.
  • Endorsed by Police, Firefighters, and Community Leaders Countywide. Believes in Drug Offender Treatment and works with Crime Victims.
  • Endorsed by Santa Clara County Bar Assoc. & over 300 Local Attorneys.
  • Dean's List Student and Moot Court Award Winner at Santa Clara University Law School.
  • Public Safety: A critical role of our judges is to help protect our community through knowledgeable and proper criminal sentencing.
  • Integrity & Respect: Our Judges must have the highest ethical standards and must treat every person in court with dignity and respect.
  • Justice: Every person in court deserves a knowledgeable, fair, and impartial judge.
Enrique Colin Click here for more information about this candidate 175,634 votes 39.63%
  • Occupation: Government Attorney
  • Extensive criminal and juvenile law experience
  • U.S. Navy Veteran
  • Santa Clara University Law School Graduate
  • Santa Clara County Bar Association Member
  • Juvenile Mental Health Court Committee (former member)
  • Past President, Santa Clara County La Raza Lawyers Association
  • Ensuring fair hearings for all parties.
  • Ensuring equal access to the court.
  • Improving the juvenile justice system.

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The the League of Women Voters of Los Altos-Mtn. View Area has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Sentencing, Juvenile Probation Department, and Juvenile Crime Act.

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Sept. 30 - Candidate Forum, Baltic Room at West Valley College, sponsored by LWV, AAUW, SVCN Newspapers.
West Valley-Mission College Dist. candidates at 6:00 pm, Superior Court Judge runoff candidates at 7:15 pm, U.S.House of Rep. Dist 14 at 8 pm.

Oct. 21 - Candidate Forum at 7 pm, Mtn. View Council Chambers, sponsored by LWV, AAUW, PTA.
U.S. House of Rep Dist 14 candidates, State Senate Districts 11 & 13 candidates, State Assembly Districts 21, & 22 candidates, Superior Court Judge run-off candidates.
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