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Rule keeps tabs on judges’ campaign donations

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Judicial candidates have been out for months, campaigning for seats on court benches. There are billboards, yard signs and other advertisements, all forms of campaigning that cost money. But where does the campaign end and the judging begin? Does campaign money influence how justices do their job once elected? Some court watchers wonder if campaign money at the least gives the appearance of influence. That can impact the public’s perception of how courts are run, ...

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