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"With business and interest groups pouring more and more money into state judicial elections ... the public can't be faulted for concluding that donors are getting what they pay for, namely favorable treatment from judges who are supposed to be impartial."
Tony Mauro, USA Today opinion column
 

Toledo Blade Editorial: Cash on the Scales

November 2, 2011

The Toledo Blade 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 "the story of the 2009-2010 elections and their aftermath in state legislatures in 2011 reveals a coalescing national campaign that seeks to intimidate America's state judges into becoming accountable to money and ideologies instead of the Constitution and the law."

 
 
 
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