"The New Politics of Judicial Elections"

Wisconsin figures prominently in a report issued today by three national groups. Check out this exhaustive study at http://justiceatstake.org/resources/new_politics_of_judicial_elections_20002009/

Senate committee approves Impartial Justice bill

Now that both Senate and Assembly committees have approved our Impartial Justice bill, the stage is set for debate and votes in both houses. Looks like this should happen in September.

Public forum on Judicial Independence, Monday in Oshkosh

MONEY IN OUR COURTS: A public forum on Judicial Independence, Monday, June 29, in Oshkosh, 6:30 pm. Free and open to the public. Hear about recent state legislative efforts to eliminate special interest group influence in state Supreme Court elections and the…Read More

new videos posted to Impartialjustice.org

We posted four new video clips from the June 1 Judicial Independence forum in La Crosse. Check it out at http://impartialjustice.org/video.htm.

Ads keep momentum going behind judicial election reform

In an effort to keep the momentum behind Supreme Court election reform going, a Democracy Campaign radio ad started airing today on 74 stations across the state. The selected stations include many small-town stations with news and talk formats, but also at…Read More

Judicial Independence Forum in La Crosse on Monday June 1

Judicial Independence Forum Should we reform Wisconsin Supreme Court elections? Monday, June 1 – 7:00 p.m. Franciscan Spirituality Center, La Crosse 920 Market Street Free parking available in surface lot at 9th & Market Streets FREE & OPEN TO THE…Read More

Public Hearing on Impartial Justice and Issue Ad Disclosure bills

Share with others... *************************** JOINT PUBLIC HEARING NEXT WEEK! Assembly Committee on Elections and Campaign Reform -AND- Senate Committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform and Housing Video teleconferenced…Read More
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