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May 8, 1998 | ANN O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An incumbent judge and a former county assessor, locked in an unusually vigorous race for a seat on the Superior Court bench, both said Thursday that they support a controversial ballot measure that could lead to a merger of the Municipal and Superior courts in Los Angeles. Their positions on Proposition 220 were among the few points of agreement between Superior Court Judge Alexander H. Williams III and challenger John Lynch, a Northridge attorney and tax consultant.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1998 | ANN O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An incumbent judge and a former county assessor, locked in an unusually vigorous race for a seat on the Superior Court bench, both said Thursday that they support a controversial ballot measure that could lead to a merger of the Municipal and Superior courts in Los Angeles. Their positions on Proposition 220 were among the few points of agreement between Superior Court Judge Alexander H. Williams III and challenger John Lynch, a Northridge attorney and tax consultant.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1998
On the June 2 ballot there are four contested races for seats on the Los Angeles Superior Court. The Times recommends the following candidates: Office No. 22: Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Alexander Williams III Williams is a 14-year veteran of the Superior Court, an experienced and able jurist. He is recalled as a standout, courtly and entertaining, by jurors who have served in his courtroom. The Los Angeles County Bar Assn. rates him "well qualified."
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