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Arkansas Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Position 4
(May 22, 2012)

Raymond Abramson
Raymond Abramson
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (AR)
Position 4
(Lost)
Non-partisan
Josephine Hart
Josephine Hart
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (AR)
Position 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Non-partisan

Georgia Justice of the Supreme Court
(July 31, 2012)

Carol Hunstein
Carol Hunstein
Justice of the Supreme Court (GA)
(Won)
Non-partisan
Harold Melton
Harold Melton
Justice of the Supreme Court (GA)
(Won)
Non-partisan
Hugh Thompson
Hugh Thompson
Justice of the Supreme Court (GA)
(Won)
Non-partisan

Minnesota Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Dan Griffith
Dan Griffith
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (MN)
(Won)
Non-partisan

Montana Justice of the Supreme Court Seat 5
(June 5, 2012)

Elizabeth Best
Elizabeth Best
Justice of the Supreme Court (MT)
Seat 5
(Lost)
Non-partisan
Laurie McKinnon
Laurie McKinnon
Justice of the Supreme Court (MT)
Seat 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Non-partisan
Ed Sheehy
Ed Sheehy
Justice of the Supreme Court (MT)
Seat 5
(Won)
Non-partisan

Montana Justice of the Supreme Court Seat 6
(June 5, 2012)

Hertha Lund
Hertha Lund
Justice of the Supreme Court (MT)
Seat 6
(Lost)
Non-partisan
Brian Morris
Brian Morris
Justice of the Supreme Court (MT)
Seat 6
(Won)
Non-partisan

Oregon Judge of the Supreme Court
(May 15, 2012)

David Brewer
David Brewer
Judge of the Supreme Court (OR)
(Won)
Non-partisan
Nena Cook
Nena Cook
Judge of the Supreme Court (OR)
(Won)
Non-partisan
Timothy Sercombe
Timothy Sercombe
Judge of the Supreme Court (OR)
(Lost)
Non-partisan

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