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Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Ind. Courts - More on: The Indiana Appellate Jurists Facing Their First Retention Vote in November

On May 20th the ILB had a long post with a nice chart about the four jurists, two justices of the Supreme Court, one Court of Appeals judge, and the Tax Court judge, who have served at least two years and are eligible to run for a 10-year term on the November ballot, where the voters would have the choice, "yes" or "no", to retain each of them. To appear on the ballot, an eligible jurist must file with the Secretary of State by July 15th.

Who has filed so far, and when? As it turns out, according to the Elections Division, all four of those who are eligible to run for retention have filed:

Posted by Marcia Oddi on July 8, 2014 04:59 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts