Thursday, February 8, 2018

David Berger for Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 126

Yesterday I took the first step in the long road to the June 5, 2018 Primary Election for Judge of the Superior Court by filing my Declaration of Intent to run for Office No. 126. 
I will use everything I learned from my 2016 campaign to turn that experience into a roadmap for success and a seat on the Los Angeles Superior Court. 
I am so very grateful for the supportive comments many of you sent to me in response to my announcement a couple of days ago, and I am hopeful that you will help me maintain that momentum by sharing this news with your friends and family, adding whatever words you feel appropriate to convince them to support my candidacy in the election.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Berger for Judge 2018

After much thought and I am pleased to say, much encouragement, I have decided to run again for Judge of the Superior Court. 

My 2016 campaign seems like a distant memory now, but it is worth remembering that I won the endorsement of the Los Angeles Times and the Metropolitan News-Enterprise, as well as many Judges, Lawyers, and Law Enforcement associations. When the final votes were counted, 1.3M voters chose me, and I lost by the smallest of margins - a mere 4%. 

With that in mind I believe 2018 is my year to fulfill my dream and continue my career in public service in the best way possible; as Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

I hope you will all again support me, and please share this news with your friends and family. 

The Primary Election will be on June 5, 2018, and I will be posting news here and on my Campaign Facebook Page in the weeks to come.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

5 Days to Election Day - KPCC Presents "Meet the Judges"

Thank you to KPCC 89.3FM, and their morning show 'Take Two,' for giving their listeners a chance to "Meet the Judges."

Please CLICK HERE to hear me on KPCC telling listeners about my candidacy.


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Ballot Statement Reaches Every Voter In LA County

Voters considering who to vote for when it comes to Judge of the Superior Court have little information to go on. In an effort to fully inform voters about the choice for Office 158, my campaign has secured a ballot statement in the Voter Guide. That means my message will reach every registered voter in the November 8, 2016 election.

This is what every voter will see:

It's a novel strategy, but with the Presidential Election resulting in at least 304,000 new voters in Los Angeles County, chances are new voters will read all the information available to them, and when it comes to Office No. 158, there is only one ballot statement. 


Thursday, September 29, 2016

LA County Police Chief's Association Endorses David Berger for Judge

Very proud, and deeply honored to announce that the Los Angeles County Police Chief's Association, representing the Police Chief Executives of the 45 independent cities in Los Angeles County, has endorsed David Berger for Judge of the Superior Court.

The Association focuses on advancing the science and art of police administration and crime prevention in Los Angeles County; coordinating the implementation of law enforcement efforts by local law enforcement leaders; and developing, teaching, and disseminating professional law enforcement practices. 

Monday, September 26, 2016

6 Weeks To the Eve of Election Day

They say that time flies when you are enjoying yourself, and this campaign has flown by. The polls will be open in 43 days, and the campaign is in good shape.

Media endorsements, a good ballot title, slate mailers, a ballot statement, and attractive yard signs all adds up to a robust campaign that connects with voters.

If you haven't already done so, please click on the 'Donate' page and help to ensure that my campaign has all the resources necessary to secure victory on Election Day. Please also remember to tell your family and friends to vote David Berger for Judge, Office No. 158.

Thank you.

David Berger
Candidate Superior Court Judge, Office No. 158


Saturday, September 10, 2016

LA Times Renews Endorsement Ahead of Runoff Election "Berger Is The Best Choice"

Friday, September 9, 2016, just 60 days to Election Day, the Los Angeles Times renewed their endorsement of David Berger for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 158.

The LA Times added my colleague and fellow Deputy District Attorney Efrain Aceves, candidate for Superior Court Office No. 42, to their previous endorsements for the November 8, 2016 election.

With Presidential politics dominating the election season, the LA Times endorsement is perhaps more critical then ever in helping voters make decisions about their choice for judge. In 5 words the LA Times says it all "Berger is the best choice."