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So you say you are a staunch Democrat or Republican? Planning on voting straight ticket? Sorry, you are still going to have to pay attention to the judgeships because they are on the nonpartisan section of the ballot and are not marked with a party designation. In theory, this is because judges are supposed to be nonpartisan and uphold the law, not represent voters. For a race like the 15th District Judge of the Distict Court race between Easthope and Gutenberg, party affiliation doesn’t really apply. However, the State Supreme Court race has definitely shaped up to be a â€œRepublicanâ€ vs. â€œDemocratâ€ race.
Michigan Daily coverage of â€œthe ballot beyond Obamaâ€ with explanations of the judges is here.
The Voters Guide from the League of Women Voters has judge information.
State Supreme Court Judges
22nd Circuit Judge of the Circuit Court
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