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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Nena Cook surprise leader in Oregon Supreme Court race

She's nearly 6 percentage points ahead of Richard Baldwin. No one will get a majority, however, and so if we understand Oregon judicial election law correctly, she'll face either Baldwin or Timothy Sercombe in November. Right now, Baldwin's got about 3800 votes more than Sercombe.

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Voting for judges is one of the hardest tasks on the ballot. They don't campaign much, you never hear about them except on the ballot, and unless you're part of the legal world, you have no idea what they're even running for. And they all sound exactly the same in the voters guide.

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