QUESTION FOR MY READERS: JUDGES

In my neck of the woods there is a candidate for district judge seat that is promising “firm but compassionate judgement.”

She has to my knowledge an income of approxmiately $150,000 per year and she appears to have had about a $1,500,000 spent on her campaign for this seat.

No other campaign for this seat has ever had a budget greater than in the five figures.

And every house that has a Biden sign in the front yard has one for her. Except her signs have been in those yards for months now.

Obviously the money is coming from somewhere and I suspect we both know the location of the where in question.

What I want to know is, is anything like this going on in your backyard?

Is there any over financed campaign for local judge seat near you?

Only answer about judge seats, I don’t care about anything else.

2 thoughts on “QUESTION FOR MY READERS: JUDGES

  1. Yes. We have a county/supreme court judge opening here in a traditionally red county. The Democratic candidate has lots of money. I can’t say it’s 1.5 million but it’s apparently huge due to the media blitz. The local paper, which changed ownership 3 years ago has gone all -in for her as well (which they’ve done for every Democratic candidate this year, for every office).

    In this case too, there were a lot of intra-party shenanigans that happened with the republicans too. The Republican city judge was a favorite but the notoriously corrupt (and NeverTrump) Republican Party where I live refused to endorse him or help him and picked a guy who changed his party at the last second. And then they haven’t backed him either. I think he’s been given a deal of some kind and he gets the next judge opening for losing this race.

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  2. Razorfist complains that this happens all the time in Arizona at all levels. This is how you end up with cities that refuse to police rioters or a two party system where the two parties have the same policies on everything. It’s all one party (and the common people are not invited.)

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