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In an unsurprising election with only one judicial race, early results show that the Inland Empire, and San Bernardino County in particular, is less trusting of serving judges.

According to unofficial results, senior Deputy District Attorney Natalie Lough has won election to Riverside Superior Judge with 57% of the vote. Gang and homicide prosecutor Amy Zois Barajas faced her in a run-off election, after neither gained the majority vote in this year’s June 7 primary elections.

CandidateVotesPercent
Natalie Lough126,66857%
Amy Zois Barajas9560644%
Source: Riverside Clerk’s Office, all precincts reporting

The remaining judicial items on the Nov. 8 primary election were retention elections, unique to California, in which sitting appellate

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