In most states you are able to vote for the judges in your own state…
In the past, you had no way of knowing which judges on the ballot were judicial activists – making law from the bench – and which were strict constitutionalists – interpreting the law, not creating law, according to the role of the judiciary outlined in the Constitution.
That’s all changed now.
We have two web sites that list and grade judges according to their past decisions and their position papers and legal opinions:
- JudgeVoterGuide.com is our general voter guide for judges. It explains the criteria we use to rate the judges … and it explains some of the dangerous consequences of having judicial activist judges.
- ElectionForum.org is our judge voter guide for Reality Alert subscribers. Click on “Voter Guide” on the drop-down list underneath the Election tab on the menu bar. We have a Spanish version of the voter guide in addition to the English version.
These tools will help you vote for judges who will rule according to your core values, not against them.
What do you think? Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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