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Old 11-04-2010, 05:13 PM
 
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Alameda County Votes In First Trangendered Judge in the US
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But she was adamant about the fact that it has nothing to do with biological gender.

If you look at the election coverage from the San Francisco Chronicle and Oakland Tribune it makes it sound likeI ran as the transgender candidate in the race. That is not why people voted for me and not why people
didn’t vote for me,” she told the Bay Area Reporter.

People made their decisions based on who they thought had the best experience and was the best fit for the job.
First Transgendered Judge Makes History in California | All247News (http://all247news.com/first-transgendered-judge-makes-history-in-california/7493/ - broken link)
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