Saturday, January 18, 2020

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor Endorses David Berger for Judge of the Superior Court

I am both humbled and honored to have received the endorsement of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor AFL-CIO in support of my candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80.


The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor is the second largest union in the United States, with over 800,000 members in Los Angeles County, spread among 300 unions including Health Care workers and Teachers. This endorsement is exclusive to me - no other candidate for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80 has received this endorsement. Knowing that my candidacy has the support of 800,000 Los Angeles County Federation of Labor members is an awesome boost to my campaign, with just six weeks to go before the Primary Election.

LA County Democratic Party Endorses David Berger for Judge of the Superior Court

I am delighted to announce that after an intense and rigorous interview process, I have received the endorsement of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party.


I am the only candidate for Office No. 80 to have been endorsed by the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, and while judicial elections are non-partisan, this endorsement is nevertheless greatly appreciated and adds tremendous momentum to my campaign. The election is fast approaching and it is gratifying to see the growing support for my candidacy.

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Metropolitan News-Enterprise Reviews Candidates for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80

On December 24, 2019, The Los Angeles Metropolitan News-Enterprise published a review of the three candidates for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80.


Please read the article by clicking HERE, and once you have read about all three candidates, I do hope you will agree that David Berger is the best choice for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80.

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Deputy Sheriffs Union Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am delighted to announce that the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs (ALADS) has endorsed my candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80.


ALADS is the union that represents more than 7,900 sworn law enforcement officers, making it the largest association of deputy sheriffs and district attorney investigators in the United States.

Friday, December 20, 2019

ADDA Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am very proud and honored to announce that the Association of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) has endorsed my candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80. 


The ADDA is the union representing deputy district attorneys (DDAs) of Los Angeles County. The ADDA strives to advance a work environment that allows it’s nearly 1,000 members to focus on their role as the primary guardians of justice in the courts. Los Angeles County is home to over 10 million residents, many of whom become victims of crime — while out on the street, or in a car, or at home.  Working with law enforcement, ADDA members handle thousands of cases for filing consideration and prosecution in court, and represent the People of the State of California. The goal of ADDA members is to seek justice. Justice for victims. Justice for the innocent. Justice for the guilty. Justice for all.

Monday, December 16, 2019

Los Angeles Police Officers' Union Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am truly honored and deeply appreciative of receiving the endorsement of the Los Angeles Police Protective League in support of my campaign for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 80.


The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) is the LAPD's union and was formed in 1923. Today the LAPPL represents more than 9,900 dedicated and professional sworn members of the Los Angeles Police Department. The LAPPL serves to advance the interests of LAPD officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education.

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Important Information about LA County's New Election Procedure

There's more than just the change in the date of the Primary Election from its traditional first Tuesday in June to March 3, 2020. I was fortunate to be invited to an informational meeting hosted by the WLA Democratic Club where Dean Logan, the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, explained all that is new.

LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Dean Logan explains the new voting system
Here are the highlights and what you need to know:

  • You will be able to vote by going to any of the 1,000 Voting Centers in LA County, so gone are the days of having to vote at a specific precinct.
  • You can register to vote, and vote at any of the 1,000 Voting Centers in LA County.
  • March 3, 2020 is Election Day, but voting will actually begin 10 days before Election Day, on Saturday, February 22, 2020.
  • A new Ballot Marking Device will replace the traditional Ink-A-Dot system.
  • You will be able to make your choices in advance on your smartphone, and scan them into the Ballot Marking Device at the Voting Center, saving a lot of time.

Here's a video explaining the changes:


The system may have changed, but the principal remains the same - You have to vote!