Running for judge: the rising political, financial, and legal stakes of judicial elections
Across the country, races for judgeships are becoming more and more politically contested. As a result, several states and cities are now considering judicial election reform.Running for Judge examines the increasingly contentious judicial elections over the last twenty-five years by providing a timely, insightful analysis of judicial elections. The book ties together the current state of the judicial elections literature, and presents new evidence on a wide range of important topics, including: the history of judicial elections; an understanding of the types of judicial elections; electoral competition during races; the increasing importance of campaign financing; voting in judicial elections; the role interest groups play in supporting candidates; party organizing in supposedly non-partisan elections; judicial accountability; media coverage; and judicial reform of elections.
Running for Judge is an engaging, accessible, empirical analysis of the major issues surrounding judicial elections, with contributions from prominent scholars in the fields of judicial politics, political behavior, and law.
Contributors: Lawrence Baum, Chris W. Bonneau, Brent D. Boyea, Paul Brace, Rachel P. Caufield, Jennifer Segal Diascro, Brian Frederick, Deborah Goldberg, Melinda Gann Hall, Richard L. Hasen, David Klein, Brian F. Schaffner, and Matthew J. Streb.
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|physical||xiii, 253 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|publisher||New York University Press,|
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|table_of_contents||The study of judicial elections / Matthew J. Streb -- First Amendment limits on regulating judicial campaigns / Richard L. Hasen -- The changing tone of judicial elections as a result of white / Rachel P. Caufield -- The dynamics of campaign spending in State Supreme Court elections / Chris W. Bonneau -- Interest group participation in judicial elections / Deborah Goldberg -- Partisan involvement in partisan and nonpartisan trial court elections / Matthew J. Streb -- Judicial Elections in the news / Brian F. Schaffner and Jennifer Segal Diascro -- Voters' responses to high-visibility judicial campaigns / Lawrence Baum and David Klein -- Competition as accountability in State Supreme Court elections / Melinda Gann Hall -- Judicial selection methods and capital punishment in the American states / Paul Brace and Brent D. Boyea -- Judicial reform and the future of judicial elections / Matthew J. Streb and Brian Frederick.|
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|title_display||Running for judge the rising political, financial, and legal stakes of judicial elections|
|title_full||Running for judge [electronic resource] : the rising political, financial, and legal stakes of judicial elections / edited by Matthew J. Streb|
|title_short||Running for judge|
|title_sort||running for judge the rising political, financial, and legal stakes of judicial elections|
|title_sub||the rising political, financial, and legal stakes of judicial elections|