Yolo Superior Court Commissioner Janene Beronio has racked up several additional endorsements in her campaign for judge.
The newest is Crime Victims United of California, a bipartisan statewide organization made up of victims of crime, law-enforcement officials, legal professionals and others who work to protect and enhance public safety. Beronio also has received the endorsement of the Crime Victims Action Alliance.
The California Association of Highway Patrolmen brings to eight the number of law-enforcement organizations supporting Beronio’s candidacy. Others are the police associations from Davis, UC Davis, West Sacramento, Winters and Woodland, along with the Yolo Deputy Sheriff’s Association and the Woodland Squad Club of the California Highway Patrol.
Criminal Defense Lawyers for Beronio, a newly formed organization of local attorneys, and Family Law Attorneys for Beronio, another newly formed group, also have pledged their support.