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O'Malley will be Alameda County's first woman district attorney

Original post made on Sep 16, 2009

Nancy O'Malley will become Alameda County's first woman district attorney on Friday after the Board of Supervisors voted at a lengthy and contentious hearing Tuesday to appoint her to fill the rest of the term of current top prosecutor Tom Orloff.

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Posted by bob123
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on Sep 16, 2009 at 8:14 am

Nancy O'Malley is an excellent choice and a deserving choice. She is well qualified , has the record of public service and aggressive prosecution that the office requires. I only wish I lived in Alameda County so I could vote for her in June--I guess I will just have to be satisfied to vote for her brother in his race to be the Contra Costa DA!

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