Nov 052012

Author: Kelsey Peterson



When looking at the ballot and seeing names unattached to a political party, it’s hard to know what to do. These names are those of judges and justices already in office. The ballot gives an option to mark yes or no. This is to say whether or not you want that person retained in office. When voting it is important to know that qualified judges are those who help to keep our courts impartial and fair. To be retained, a judge must receive at least 60 percent of the vote. Some people just vote all yes. Some do a little research. Some don’t vote at all. Two CSU students used their own method.

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