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Creeping Incrementalism
10-31-2010, 5:41 PM
If you do not know anything about the judges listed on the ballot, I found a website that rates them from on a constructionist vs. activist scale. Scroll down for a county list that is "semi-alphabetical"--for some reason, the bigger SoCal counties are at the top.

http://judgevoterguide.com/

bandook
10-31-2010, 7:43 PM
Tea Party Judge Voter Guide.

IWc
10-31-2010, 10:55 PM
If you do not know anything about the judges listed on the ballot, I found a website that rates them from on a constructionist vs. activist scale. Scroll down for a county list that is "semi-alphabetical"--for some reason, the bigger SoCal counties are at the top.

http://judgevoterguide.com/

First, they aren't here for Second Amendment.

Above link is a falsely research and cover page from Mr. Craig (http://www.electionforum.org/2010-statewide-propositions.html) Huey (http://www.electionforum.org/) is an election forum propaganda and people given "his" election recommendations.:cool2:

It isn't really about constructionist vs. activist scale; they review the candidate’s position on abortion, marriage, anti-funding policies and taxes, the education crisis, Israel, health care issues and other critical issues from a conservative Christian worldview.:rolleyes:

Weeks ago, I asked Mr. Huey for all hard data in details and got nothing. Because their data doesn't match to Los Angeles Bar Association’s on judges' qualified.:cool:

Please votes YES to safeguard on both Tani G. Cantil Sakauye and Ming W. Chin from our next governor's appoints the next new anti-guns', gays', pro-choices' and same sex marriages’ judges.:o

More information. (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showpost.php?p=5218147&postcount=67):)

Helpful_Cub
10-31-2010, 11:10 PM
No offense, but all of this Judge info should have been posted a month ago when absentee ballots were mailed out.

GOEX FFF
11-02-2010, 11:39 AM
No offense, but all of this Judge info should have been posted a month ago when absentee ballots were mailed out.

Maybe true, but that's why I personally don't vote absentee.
I like to research right up until show time.

Plus, I also like physically going to our local voting location.
It's a nice 2 block walk and they have great cookies, coffee and tea... and you get that little "I voted" sticker. :D

bandook
11-02-2010, 12:14 PM
Maybe true, but that's why I personally don't vote absentee.
I like to research right up until show time.

Plus, I also like physically going to our local voting location.
It's a nice 2 block walk and they have great cookies, coffee and tea... and you get that little "I voted" sticker. :D

Hold on a minute!!! You guys get Cookies, Coffee and Tea... :piggy: :piggy: :piggy:

The Shadow
11-02-2010, 12:49 PM
I voted NO for every judicial candidate on my ballot.

GOEX FFF
11-02-2010, 1:32 PM
Hold on a minute!!! You guys get Cookies, Coffee and Tea... :piggy: :piggy: :piggy:

Yeah, the people there are nice. The last voting place was at a volunteer's home. You literally walked down their side yard and to the back yard of their house,
the voting booths where inside their living room. It was kinda like entering your grandma's house that you never had and you know no one.. lol, but very inviting.
They always have a complementary snack table. But once I get home from the walk back, its like I never ate anything but styrofoam rice cakes. :chris: ;)

This year its at a local Church... and i expect snacks will follow. :D