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 James Sample
Hofstra University School of Law 
 Adam Skaggs and Jonathan Blitzer
Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law 
Linda Casey 
National Institute on Money in State Politics
Charles Hall, Editor
 Justice at Stake Campaign
 With a foreword fromJustice Sandra Day O’Connor
 About the Brennan Center For Justice
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law is a nonpartisan public policy and law institute that focuses onfundamental issues of democracy and justice. The Center’s work includes voting rights, campaign finance reform, racial justice incriminal law and presidential power in the fight against terrorism.Part think tank, part public interest law firm, part advocacy group,the Brennan Center combines scholarship, legislative and legal advocacy, and communications to win meaningful, measurable change in the public sector.
For more information, visit
 About the National Institute on Money in State Politics
The National Institute on Money in State Politics collects, publishes, and analyzesdata on campaign money in state elections. The database dates back to the 1990election cycle for some states and is comprehensive for all 50 states since the1999–2000 election cycle. The Institute has compiled a 50-state summary of state supreme court contribution data from 1989 through the present, as well as complete, detaileddatabases of campaign contributions for all state high-court judicial races beginning with the 2000elections.
For more information, visit
 About the Justice at Stake Campaign
The Justice at Stake Campaign is a nonpartisan national partnership workingto keep our courts fair, impartial and free from special-interest and partisanagendas. In states across America, Campaign partners work to protect ourcourts through public education, grass-roots organizing and reform. TheCampaign provides strategic coordination and brings organizational, communications and researchresources to the work of its partners and allies at the national, state and local levels.
For more information, visit
This report was prepared by the Justice at Stake Campaign and two of its partners, the Brennan Center for Justice andthe National Institute on Money in State Politics. It represents their research and viewpoints, and does not necessarilyreflect those of other Justice at Stake Campaign partners, funders or board members. Publication of this report wassupported by grants from Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Joyce Foundation, the Moriah Fund, and the OpenSociety Institute.
The New Politics of Judicial Elections –: Decade of Change
Published August 2010 

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