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Politics and courts in Oklahoma: Recipe for Accountability? Or Corruption?

by Grant McLoughlin Oklahoma Judicial elections have long been afterthoughts. Oklahoma has a two tiered system for selecting judges. Voters elect local trial judges directly through a non-partisan Top Two primary. Every four years local trial judges must run for … Continue reading

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It Takes Two: Washington State’s Primary System Divides Scholars, Unites Parties

by Devin Braun As states like Arizona contemplate changes to their electoral primary systems, it’s important to give an update of how Washington State, one of the nation’s premier laboratories of the Top Two primary, along with Louisiana and California, … Continue reading

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