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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Judge of the Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 11 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 2:50pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1341/1341)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Margaret Johnson 214,064 votes 53.1%

  • Occupation: Superior Court Commissioner
  • Five years experience on the bench as a Superior Court COmmissioner
  • Fifteen years as a private attorney
  • Two years as a law clerk with the Nevada Supreme Court
  • J.D. from the University of San Francisco
  • B.Sc. from the University of London
  • Improve public access to the courts, including increased hours of service.
  • Better use of advanced communications technology by the courts.
  • Improved cooperation between the divisions of the court
William G. "Bill" Priest 188,972 votes 46.9%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Legal Educator
  • Bar President (Santa Clara County, 1999)
  • San Jose Ethics Board - 4 years
  • San Jose Civil Service Commission - 12 years
  • Judge Pro Tem, Santa Clara County, 24 years
  • Justice Court Judge, Idaho - 3 years
  • Naval Officer (Retired Reserve Captain)
  • Tough on crime!
  • Protection of the public - the Court's Top Priority
  • Bring breadth and depth of experience to our Court

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