Stand with Diana Becton

Appointed to the position of interim district attorney in September 2017 by the County Board of Supervisors, Becton was championed by local Democratic Party, labor and NAACP activists. She succeeded a district attorney who was forced to resign after pleading no contest to perjury. She is an historic choice to lead the office — she is both the first woman and the first African American district attorney in Contra Costa County’s 168-year history.


Becton is running on a platform that includes bail reform, improving reentry outcomes for returning citizens and reducing racial disparities in sentencing. She is well qualified to reform Contra Costa County’s justice system if elected as chief prosecutor. Becton served as a Superior Court Judge in Contra Costa County for over two decades and is a former President of the National Association of Women Judges.


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