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Santa Barbara County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
Superior Court Judge; County of Santa Barbara; Office 7 Voter Information

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Results as of Jun 29 8:48am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (351/351)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Arthur Alvarez Garcia Click here for more information about this candidate 46646 votes 61.96%

  • Occupation: Judge of the Superior Court
  • Completing 10th year on the Bench
  • Currently Presiding Judge of Juvenile Court Santa Barbara County
  • Santa Barbara Superior Court Commissioner
  • Attorney - Private Practice Santa Barbara County, 17 years
  • Efficient administration of justice while treating everyone with respect and dignity
  • Collaboration with colleagues and all entities involved with the judicial system
  • The best opportunity to stop the cycle of crime is working with juveniles and their families
Kevin E. Ready 28441 votes 37.78%
  • Occupation: County Attorney, County of Santa Barbara

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