O'Connor Against Judicial Elections
Sandra Day O'Connor, the only recent Supreme Court justice to have held elective office, discussed her opposition to judicial elections at the University of Minnesota's ...
Sandra Day O'Connor, the only recent Supreme Court justice to have held elective office, discussed her opposition to judicial elections at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute last week.
Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Minnesota should work to preserve its independent judiciary and become a model for other states.
O'Connor advocated for elections in which an incumbent judge is either accepted or rejected.
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