Trans woman could make history in California judicial race

06/18/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Victoria Kolakowski, running to become a Superior Court judge in Alameda County, says her legal experience should lead voters to choose her for the bench, not the fact she is transgender, though she acknowledges the symbolic importance of her campaign. Kolakowski would become the country's first openly transgender elected judge.

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