Letter from the Editor 

This is no ordinary election; we will be choosing the judges who will run our local and state courts for the next eight years.

Suppose they gave an election and nobody showed up?   "Suppose they gave a war and nobody showed up" was a common slogan on anti-war posters during the Vietnam War era. Flash forward 40-plus years, substitute the word "election" for "war," and you'd get a pretty good…

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