South Lake Tahoe
Law degree, Lincoln Law School, 1987; bachelor’s degree, government, CSU Sacramento, 1978.
Superior Court Judge, El Dorado County, 2009-17; practicing attorney, criminal law specialist certified by State Bar Board of Specialization, 19 years; deputy director, legislation, Dept. of Social Services.
I strongly support the death penalty as the last full measure of justice for the worst of the worst. I have worked on death penalty cases and I am aware that we need to strengthen the process by training lawyers who can handle appeals.
Law degree, Stanford University, 1984;
bachelor's degree, economics, Stanford University, 1980; graduate, McClatchy High School, Sacramento, 1976.
California Attorney General, 2017-present; member, U.S. Congress, 1992-2017; California State Assembly, 1990-92; Deputy Attorney General of California, 1987-90; Legal Assistance Corp. of Central Massachusetts, 1984-1987.
As the Attorney General of California, I have sworn to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the state. The death penalty is part of the Constitution.