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+ - How to become informed in judicial elections? 1

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yincrash
yincrash writes "Today I've been looking up information on local elections and have found it virtually impossible to determine information on judicial elections, both with regards to information on the candidate, and what makes a good judge. Is there a good way to find information on these candidates? chooseyourjudges.org seems to agree that this is basically an impossible task. What do slashdotters do in an information vacuum? Just abstain from voting? Write-in something in protest?"
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How to become informed in judicial elections?

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  • ...in coastal NC, the Sunday paper today contains an ad the local Tea Party was kind enough to buy to tell me who to vote against, and it includes judges.

    Of course they thought they were saying "Here's who you should vote for", so I won't actually personally thank them.

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