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Opelika-Auburn News: Too Much Money in Alabama Judicial Races

October 31, 2011

Opelika-Auburn News cites Justice at Stake and the recently released "New Politics of Judicial Elections" report, co-authored by the Brennan Center for Justice and the National Institute on Money in State Politics. Citing the report, the article mentions how Alabama Supreme Court "Places 1, 2 and 3, ...in last year’s election cost a combined $3.2 million in campaign dollars."

 
 
 
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