Randy Hefner

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Randy Hefner
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Current Court Information:
Iowa District Five
Title:   District Judge
Service:
Appointed by:   Gov. Chet Culver
Preceded by:   William H. Joy
Personal History
Undergraduate:   University of Northern Iowa
Law School:   Drake University Law School
Candidate 2012:
Candidate for:  District 5A
State:  Iowa
Election information 2012:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  November 6, 2012
Retention vote:  60,457
Retention vote %:  74.09% ApprovedA

Randy Hefner is a judge of the Fifth District Court in Iowa. He was appointed by Governor Chet Culver in December 2010 to succeed William H. Joy.[1] His current term expires in 2018.

Education

Hefner received his undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa in 1975 and his J.D. from the Drake University Law School in 1978.[1]

Career

Hefner began his legal career practicing with the law firm of Shaff, Farwell & Senneff. He left in 1979 to join the Van Werden & Hulse Law Firm. He then became a partner of the firm now known as Van Werden, Hulse & Hefner in 1982 and he worked in this capacity until 2000. That year, he formed the Hefner, Bergkamp & Rhoads Law Firm, where he continues to practice (although the firm is currently named the Hefner & Bergkamp Law Firm).[1]

2012 election

Hefner was retained in the general election on November 6, winning 74.09% of the vote.[2][3]

See also: Iowa judicial elections, 2012

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References

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