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The official responsible for the proper and orderly voting at a polling location or an election process, also known as an Elections Judge.
A candidate for Judicial office.
One of a fixed number of districts into which a state is divided, each district electing Judicial candidates.
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An election where voters are asked whether an incumbent (usually a judge) should remain in office for another term. The office holder, who does not face an opponent, is removed from the position if a percentage of voters indicate that they should not remain in office.