Wednesday, May 30, 2018

El Segundo Police Officers Association Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am very proud and deeply honored to announce that the brave women and men of the El Segundo Police Officers Association have endorsed me for Judge of the Superior Court.


There are just 5 days to go before Election Day, and the momentum keeps building. 

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

1 Week To Election Day - Your Voter Guide

The polls open in just one week from today, at 7am on June 5, 2018. Although many voters have registered to vote by mail, many of those voters have yet to make a final decision on who to vote for, and that's especially true with judicial elections.

Many people ask me who to vote for in the judicial elections, and while I know many of the candidates, I prefer to refer voters to independent sources, such as the LA Times or the Metropolitan News-Enterprise. I have now drawn together the recommendations of various organizations and individuals who are experienced with judicial elections. The Judicial Voter Guide is a document you can download, print and use to help you and other voters make a decision on who is most closely aligned to your viewpoint.

Download the Judicial Voter Guide
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I hope you find the Judicial Voter Guide useful, and above all else, remember to vote for David Berger for Judge on June 5, 2018. CLICK HERE to download the Judicial Voter Guide.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Hawthorne Police Officers Association Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am deeply honored and very proud to announce that the Hawthorne Police Officers Association had endorsed my candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 71.


The Hawthorne POA represents the interests of the women and men serving in the line of duty in the City of Hawthorne, a thriving community served by the Airport Courthouse where I work.

Councilwoman Angie Reyes English Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am very proud and delighted to announce that Hawthorne City Councilwoman Angie Reyes English has endorsed my candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 71. Thank you Angie, for your enthusiasm, support, and encouragement.


The City of Hawthorne is one of several cities within the jurisdiction of the Airport Courthouse where I work.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Metropolitan News-Enterprise Endorses David Berger for Judge

Today I was delighted to learn that I had received the endorsement of the Los Angeles Metropolitan News-Enterprise - one of the leading legal daily newspapers, widely read in the legal community. I had hoped for their endorsement as they had endorsed me in 2016, but I did not take it as a given.


What I did not expect were these incredibly humbling words "The credentials of Deputy District Attorney David Berger overshadow [his opponent]. Berger’s qualities are such that he has the potential of becoming one of the court’s stellar members. He is even-tempered, highly articulate, and dignified. He grasps arguments quickly and knows the law, enabling him to decide matters without pondering."

Thank you Mr. Grace for your faith and trust. If I am fortunate enough to be elected Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 71, I will do my best to live up to your expectations.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

LA Times Endorses David Berger for Judge

I am very proud and honored to be endorsed by the Los Angeles Times in my race for Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 71. Supporters will recall that in 2016 I was also endorsed by the LA Times, and I am certain that the Times endorsement contributed greatly to my garnering 1.3M votes and brought me just 3% short of victory. 2018 is a different election with a different opponent, but the Times' faith in my candidacy remains a constant, and I believe will tip the balance in my favor in the June 5, 2018 election.


"This is the second time Deputy Dist. Atty. Berger has run for judge, and the second time he wins The Times' endorsement for his impressive record as a trial lawyer. Outside the courtroom, he has a reputation for sharp-witted candor and a sometimes supercilious attitude, which he displayed as a candidate for Los Angeles city attorney and later on a website that critiqued various candidates and commented on news events. None of that gives us pause. In the courtroom, he has demonstrated himself to be a professional if somewhat tough criminal prosecutor …  we recommend Berger."

My thanks to the LA Times Editorial Board for their thorough research and balanced reasoning in once again saying "Berger is the Best Choice."


Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Police Chiefs' Association Endorses David Berger for Judge

With just 5 weeks to go before Election Day, I am delighted to announce that I have received the prestigious endorsement of the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association.


The Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association is a nonprofit mutual benefit corporation consisting of the Police Chief Executives of the 45 independent cities in Los Angeles County. 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.