It's a New -- and Nasty -- Day on the Judicial Campaign Trail

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | July 12, 2004
A 2002 federal court decision has dramatically changed the nature of campaigning for Georgia's courts. Under the old rules of judicial conduct, candidates were prohibited from aggressive campaigning or personally soliciting money. Now, they're free to pound the pavement for cash, criticize each other in the press, and answer questionnaires about their judicial and political philosophies.

Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

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