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Friday, October 19, 2012

Ind. Courts - More on: Libertarian running for Marion Superior Court?

Updating this ILB entry from last evening, the Indianapolis Bar Association sent out a clarifying email to members late this morning. It reads:

You likely have received from the Indianapolis Bar Association Judicial Excellence Committee a judicial survey for Jeffrey H. Knoop for the position of Marion Superior Judge. Earlier this year, the Committee received a formal request from the Libertarian Party to include Mr. Knoop in the judicial survey process conducted by the Committee. The supplemental survey you received was responsive to that request. It is the policy of the Committee to include self-identified candidates in its judicial surveys even if they later withdraw from the electoral process. The Committee is now aware that Mr. Knoop does not appear on this year’s ballot for the position of Marion Superior Judge. Therefore, the Committee will not be publishing the results of this supplemental survey.

The Committee apologizes for any confusion about the purpose of this supplemental survey.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 19, 2012 01:21 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts