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Should the retirement age for judges be raised to 75 years of age from 70 years?

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Last answered 9 months ago

Ballot Question 1 Poll Results for Constitution Party

Yes

3,048 votes

19%

No

12,606 votes

81%

Distribution of answers submitted by Constitution Party.

2 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Ballot Question 1

Amendment 1 will repeal the requirement that judges retire at the age of 75. Opponents argue that the current law is forcing competent judges to retire too early.  See recent Ballot Question 1 news

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