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Welcome to the Elections portal on Judgepedia!

See also: Judgepedia:WikiProject Judicial Elections

We strive to provide comprehensive, unbiased coverage of candidates running for both statewide and local judicial offices each year. From this page, you can find information about candidates, state supreme court races, important dates, and judicial election processes across the nation.

Elections

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Election methods

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Retention elections:
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Some states may use a combination of partisan, non-partisan, and retention elections.

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