Two candidates for Potter County justice of the peace seem to have something in common, even though they represent differing political parties.
They both dislike electing judges on partisan ballots in Texas. 360 more words
By: Mike Madigan
The headline in The Buffalo News on January 14, 2010 stated, “Feds Bring down Hammer on Wheatfield Drug Ring”. Unknown to the paper, the only thing that actually was about to be hammered was the integrity of the U.S. 1,475 more words
The guest speaker at a Wednesday Tempe event will be a retired jurist who is expected to offer frank commentary about the corrosive role of campaign money in judicial elections… 180 more words
The Minnesota Supreme Court has seven justices and is the highest court in the state. The two seats that are up for election this time are both justices who were originally appointed by Mark Dayton; of the other sitting justices, four were appointed by Tim Pawlenty and one, Alan Page, was elected. 350 more words
An expert panel has issued a report on the qualifications of 17 candidates in the running to become ICC judges this December. As part of our elections campaign, we also held panel discussions with the nominees at the UN last month to bring additional transparency to the process (listen below). 238 more words
Today, I share some information from the State Bar of Arizona. They have devised a smart and witty way to remind you about ALL the races that can be found on our ballots, and the vital importance of… 194 more words