Thomas L. Woolwine

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Thomas Lee Woolwine (October 31, 1874 – July 8, 1925) was an American lawyer and politician. Woolwine served as the District Attorney of Los Angeles County between 1914 to 1923. He began his career as a deputy DA in 1908. Woolwine was the Democratic nominee for Governor of California in the 1922 general election, but lost to Friend Richardson. When he resigned, he was succeeded by Asa Keyes.

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