It is vital to our state and our communities that we have conservative judges on the bench. On the ballot this May 8 and November 6, however, voters will be unable to see a judicial candidate's party affiliation as judicial races are "non-partisan." As such, it is important for voters to educate themselves on a judicial candidate's ideology before entering the voting booth on election day.
The following list provides information on the judicial races appearing on the ballot this May and November. The names in parentheses indicate the current seat holder, while the names in bold, underlined and in ALL CAPS indicate the conservative Republican candidates running in that particular race.