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Marin County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
Judge, Superior Court; County of Marin; Office 2 Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 24 10:10am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (209/209)
(37 Writein Votes 0.12%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Faye D'Opal Click here for more information about this candidate 61041 votes 52.37%

  • Occupation: Public Interest Attorney
  • 18 years experience as a community-based lawyer and small business owner with clients from all cultures and economic backgrounds
  • Serves Marin County as a Judge Pro-Tem, hearing evidence and deciding cases
  • Legal Director of the Legal Self-Help Center of Marin, increasing access for citizens to our legal system
  • Has litigated hundreds of contested legal cases and settled many more
  • Chair of Marin Community Foundation's Board of Trustees
  • Selected "Lawyer of the Year" by the Marin County Bar Association
  • While a Judge should have no "political" priorities, it is my belief that judges should work to improve access to our legal system for all
  • I will help our judiciary in its outreach to improve the public's confidence in our court system
  • I support, and have worked for innovative solutions to our community's problems including teen and adult drug courts
Paul Haakenson Click here for more information about this candidate 55360 votes 47.50%
  • Occupation: Deputy District Attorney
  • Supervisor of Domestic Violence Unit
  • Police liason and prosecutor sexual asault/child abuse unit
  • Thousands of hours of courtroom experience
  • Over 50 trials in Marin County Courts
  • Tough and vigilant prosecution of crimes against women and children
  • Prosecutor of many of Marin's most serious and high-profile crimes
  • Tough on violent crimes, in particular those perpetrated upon women and children
  • Strong believer in treatement for non-violent, mentally ill and drug addicted offenders
  • Will uphold reputation for being fair, honest and hard-working

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Cable Casting Dates & Times for League of Women Voters/Comcast Channel 26 Candidate Debates, November 2004 Election

Monday, October 15 - 5:00 P.M.
Sunday, October 24 - 9:00 P.M.
Monday, October 25 - 6:00 P.M.
Thursday, October 28 - 8:30 P.M.
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