Republicans prevail in court elections, but not in Florida

, The National Law Journal

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The politics of judicial elections was fierce on November 6 as Democrats and Republicans fought hard to gain the advantage in key states. The results, however, were mixed.

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  • BHirsh

    Liberal judges and justices need to be GONE, and the appointment process needs to be subjected to public scrutiny in all the legislatures, in every single state. The public must have the opportunity to have all the liberal warts exposed on potential judges, so they can properly reject them.

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