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San Joaquin County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Superior Court Judge; County of San Joaquin; Office 5 Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (553/553)
(37,815 Writein Votes 39.6%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael E. Platt 57,785 votes 60.4%

  • Occupation: Superior Court Judge, San Joaquin County
  • JD Pepperdine University
  • Appointed to the Bench September, 1994
  • US Marine Corp/Vietnam Veteran
  • San Joaquin County DA Prosecutor 1978-1994Juvenil
  • Juvenile Court
  • Access to the Courts
  • Courts responsiveness to public concerns
Dorothy Klishevich (Write-in)
  • Occupation: Chief Deputy District Attorney
  • 15 years deputy district attorney
  • 7 years homicide prosecutor
  • J.D. from U.O.P. Mc-George School of Law
  • B.S. in Microbiology-Medical Technology
  • Strong personal responsibility and ethics
  • Restoration of respect for all members of bench
  • Judicial position is non-partisan, no political position
Anthony "Tony" Gutierrez (Write-in)
  • Occupation: Private Practice Attorney
  • 24 years legal experience - Candidate with the longest professional experience and this will prove beneficial to the public
  • Demonstrated community leadership - Has served on many boards and commissions
  • Former Commissioner for City of Stockton Charter Review
  • Former Director of the State CETA Office
  • Former Delegate - committee for the White House Conference on Aging
  • Elected Member, San Joaquin County Board of Education - 2 Terms - Only judicial candidate previously elected to office
  • Remain objective
  • Represent integrity
  • Help lead a just and fair legal process
David Drivon (Write-in)
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter.)
Barbara Kronlund (Write-in)
  • Occupation: San Joaquin Superior Court Commissioner
  • 1995 Selected by the Judges of San Joaquin County to be a Court Commissioner where I've served 7 years handling full judge's assignments
  • 2000 Appointed to the Access and Fairness Advisory Committee and serve as Vice Chair
  • 2000 Peacemaker of the Year Award, presented by the Mediation Center of San Joaquin County
  • 1999 Appointed by the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court to the Civil and Small Claims Advisory Committee of the Judicial Council
  • 1999 Susan B. Anthony Women of Achievement Award, "Law and Legal Services"
  • 1990-95 San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office-Supervisor of the Child Abuse & Sexual Assault Unit
  • To continue my proven track record of doing the job as a judge with honesty and integrity
  • To provide more access to the justice system for those with language or physical barriers
  • To continue to promote fairness and ethics by continuing to teach lawyers and judges about the elimination of bias and related topics
Lon R. Hanson (Write-in)
  • Occupation: District Attorney and Prosecutor for 18 years
  • Public Safety
  • Access to the court system
  • Protection of the Constitutional Rights of All People

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