Should Judges Seek Reelection Knowing They Can’t Finish The Term?
Judges who reach the age of 75 must retire.
The Governor picks their replacements.
Republican appointed judges probably won’t be concerned.
But does it make any difference for judges who have won elections in the past by building trust and community relationships in progressive, minority-majority Broward County?
In those cases, should the ongoing Ron Desantis led culture wars, and his successor’s likely adherence to the same, play a role?
Or is concern over the rightward shift of the judiciary from the U.S. Supreme Court on down misplaced?
Should judges consider all factors when weighing a run, or simply their own desires?
YOU MAKE THE CALL!