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Sonoma County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
District Attorney; County of Sonoma Voter Information

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Results as of Jun 20 5:14pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (448/448)
(284 Total Write-In Votes 0.2%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Stephan R. Passalacqua Click here for more information about this candidate 58,496 votes 50.6%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: District Attorney
  • Bachelor of Arts, UC Davis and Law Degree, Santa Clara University
  • Lives in Healdsburg with wife and daughter
  • Deputy District Attorney 1989-2003
  • Member of Santa Rosa Mayor Gang Prevention Task Force
  • Elder Abuse Committee Co-Chair
  • Social Advocates for Youth Mentor
  • Protect Public Safety: Keep neighborhoods safe from gangs and random acts of violence
  • Provide Equal Justice for all residents: Expand services for crime victims
  • Professionalism in office: Hire best prosecutors and ensure accountability and efficiency
Jill R. Ravitch Click here for more information about this candidate 56,796 votes 49.1%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Trial Attorney
  • Sonoma County Prosecutor 1990-2004, Prosecutor of the year 1998
  • Professor of Criminal Law, Empire Law School
  • Former Board Member Sonoma County Women in Law
  • Alameda County Prosecutor 1987-1990
  • Enhanced prosecution of gang violence through leadership and partnership with law enforcement agencies and the community
  • Dedicated prosecution of elder abuse, including physical and financial crimes against seniors
  • Improved victim and witness support services to provide assistance throughout contact with the criminal justice system

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