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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
Superior Court Judge; County of San Diego; Office 25 Voter Information

Full Term.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Brad A. Weinreb Click here for more information about this candidate 280387 votes 56.65%

  • Occupation: Deputy Attorney General
  • Prosecutes Sexually Violent Predators
  • Expert on Jessica's Law/Human Trafficking
  • Trains Prosecutors/Law Enforcement on Victim Rights
  • Honored as a "Top 100 Attorney" in California
  • University of San Diego School of Law
  • Adjunct Law School Professor
  • Public Safety and respect for Crime Victim rights
  • Sensitivity to delays in civil and family court matters
  • Ensure fairness equality and judicial trust for all litigants and the Public before the court
Ken Gosselin Click here for more information about this candidate 214569 votes 43.35%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Court Volunteer
  • San Diego Superior Court Judge "pro tem" (on campaign leave)
  • University of California, Riverside (BS)
  • University of LaVerne College of Law (JD)
  • Harvard Law School (Mediator)
  • Public Safety is top priority
  • Common -Sense justice
  • Constitutional obedience.

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