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Judges Don’t Want You to Know Who They Are

Judgeships are one of the most important offices and judges don’t want voter to know who they really are. Voters are asked to vote for judges that have almost limitless power over various aspects of their lives. Yet, they are not given meaningful information about their  character, judicial philosophies, worldviews, and in some cases, their hidden agendas.

Watch this powerful interview that aired on the John Phillips show.

Radio host and podcaster, John Phillips, recently interviewed Craig Huey about his judicial voter guide. Huey, founder of Election Forum, discussed how judges try to hide who they are. His website, judgevoterguide.com, helps voters identify which judges are strict constructionist and which legislate from the bench and threaten our liberties.

 

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