Axing straight-party option in judicial races won't produce better-informed voting
There are 2 comments on the Star-Telegram.com story from Nov 19, 2012, titled Axing straight-party option in judicial races won't produce better-informed voting. In it, Star-Telegram.com reports that:
Admit it: If you looked at that long list of court races on your ballot at all, you probably bypassed most of them.
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#1 Nov 24, 2012
Is the pugs upset
Do the pugs like their candidate
What is wrong with straight democratic voting
I am a yellow dog Democrat
#2 Nov 24, 2012
That is why I didn't go straight Democrat vote. I went through and looked at each one. If a Democrat was not running, but another party was running against a Republican, then I voted for the other party.
Our justice system has got to change. I don't feel it will happen too often with a Republican judge. The problem was that too many times a Republican was running with no one running against him.
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