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The role of money in Supreme Court elections

Ohio Supreme Court chambers.
Dan Konik
Ohio Public Radio

States began electing judges during the 19th and 20th centuries to bring transparency to the process and increase trust in the fairness of the courts.

The modern election process may be doing harm to those reforms.

State supreme court races in the 2019–20 cycle attracted more money -- including dark money from outside groups -- than ever, posing a threat to both the image and reality of state courts.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher we discuss the role of money in supreme court elections.



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