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How To Vote For Judges In The March 3 Primary

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Figuring out how to vote for a judge is often one of the most baffling tasks in any election year because there's just so little information about them. And this year, there are a whopping 12 judicial seats in the L.A. County Superior Court up for our vote in the March 3 primary election.

These judicial positions are important.

Elected judges handle trials that run to gamut from family law, to felony murder, to small claims, to civil cases. And, of course, you or someone you know might end up having to face one of these judges someday in court.

So how do you judge a judge and figure out how to vote? We made a guide for you, based on the advice we got from an L.A. Superior Court judge who's also a past president of the California Judges Association. We hope it helps give you a starting point. Vote wisely.

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