In a rare election process, four attorneys are running to replace a retiring San Joaquin County Superior Court judge.
Judges are typically appointed by the governor, but Judge John W. Parker did not announce his retirement in time for the appointment process, so it goes to the public on the June ballot. If nobody wins a majority of the vote, it will go to a run-off in November's general election.
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